New workplace dynamics, uncertainty, and pressure due to COVID-19 have an increasingly negative impact on mental health. The line between personal and professional lives narrows with people navigating remote work requirements, while those who must continue reporting onsite now operate in higher risk environments. HR is being challenged to make employee well-being a priority. Not only is this possible, but HR innovators are already making headway. Join the conversation and take action today.Get instructions to switch on translated captions
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