An unprecedented number of workers are managing ongoing disruptions caused by hybrid return-to-site, remote business models, and heightened health concerns and caretaking demands due to the latest COVID surges. As we progress in this prolonged state, we’ll continue to see risks of anxiety, depression, and especially burnout continue to rise.
When doing nothing is not an option, what can be done to predict what’s next and protect your people by preparing them to navigate uncertainty?
Jan Bruce, CEO and Co-founder of meQuilibrium, works with top employers that rely on resilience as a core part of their strategy to adapt and prepare their people for today’s sense of uncertainty and tomorrow’s unknowns. Jan will be joined by Chief Science Officer, Brad Smith, PhD, as together they reveal the workforce insights that help HR leaders get ahead of today’s biggest challenges. Through their work, research has proven highly resilient employees are:
60% less likely to experience burnout
94% less likely to have clinical anxiety
80% less likely to show signs of depression
Discover how the skills of resilience protect, prevent, and restore those at risk, and get your pandemic response strategy back on the right path.
Key Learning Questions:
What pressures do the latest surge of COVID and hybrid work put on our workforce?
How can the skills of resilience support both people and organizations?
Why does building organizational resilience help employers weather continued disruption?