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Staying Top of Mind
No one knows the full impact COVID-19 will have on businesses. But it represents an unprecedented mental health challenge to workers. Even before the current crisis began, nearly 1 in 5 adults struggled with some kind of mental health condition.1 Now, with social-distancing measures upending daily life for millions — separating co-workers, friends, and even family — it’s more likely than ever that employees are experiencing increased levels of isolation, anxiety, fear, and depression. And that can weigh heavily on a company’s bottom line.
Define Your Business’ Essential Needs to Move Forward with Resilience
The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic uncertainty and market disruption has created headwinds for many businesses. During these unprecedented times, businesses that can discern what’s essential or vital to their success—and pivot to meet new challenges—are more likely to prove resilient and successfully emerge on the other side. Defining your organization's essential needs is a critical step in determining your next moves.
A Healthy Connection, When It Matters Most
There’s no way around it: The COVID-19 crisis mounts complex and ongoing challenges for businesses. And none is bigger than how to keep workers connected to health care when they need it most. Thankfully, telehealth is poised to aid businesses like never before. The advantages go far beyond just offering convenience and safety in challenging times.