Managing Workplace Health and Wellbeing
During the Covid-19 pandemic, almost half of Americans reported that the crisis had a negative effect on their mental health. In the UK, the financial crisis of 2008 resulted in a rise in stress and anxiety and a decline in physical health.
When dealing with a crisis, a business will consider the resilience of its structures and processes or the impact on forecasts and budgets but what about their people? Without a supported, engaged and motivated workforce, the business won't be able to achieve its crisis recovery plans.
Managing Workplace Health and Wellbeing During a Crisis is a practical guide for all HR professionals and those responsible for talent management. It covers how to deal with employee stress and burnout as well as how to drive engagement, motivation and morale during unsettled times. There is expert guidance on how to deal with role and responsibility changes and explains how to improve productivity through effective employee communication.
About the Authors
Professor Sir Cary Cooper is the President of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at the ALLIANCE Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK. Based in Macclesfield, UK, he is also the Chair of the National Forum for Health and Wellbeing at Work.
Ian Hesketh is the Health and Wellbeing Lead for the UK College of Policing and Support for the National Forum for Health and Wellbeing at Work, University of Manchester. Based in Blackpool, UK he is an Honorary Researcher at Lancaster University Management School and a Visiting Fellow at the Open University
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