No matter which sector you’re in, you’re probably experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety at work due to the coronavirus pandemic. After all, managing coronavirus anxiety is a challenge to nearly everyone across the globe right now.
For some people with disabilities, this new anxiety may simply be adding to the chronic anxiety they live with on a regular basis. Or they may be feeling particularly nervous about the ways in which this pandemic could impact them due to a health condition.
Maybe that’s you, or maybe it’s not. Either way, there’s a good chance that it’s someone on your team.
After all, one in four adults in the U.S. has a disability. Employees aren’t required to disclose their conditions to their employers, but it’s safe to assume that most teams in the workplace include at least one person with a disability.
Helping your team to manage stress and anxiety is an inclusive practice at any time. Here are a few tools and ideas for you to use and share with your team.Read the full article @ Workplace Initiative
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