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No one has been employed in a pandemic before and only a few through a recession...change is here..

Cascio said that for many industries, the spike in productivity that we saw at the beginning of the pandemic has started to come down. And that there’s data showing that as many as 80 per cent of workers in skilled labor construction, legal, and insurance and real estate report that they’re uncomfortable talking about stress or mental health in the workplace,” he says.

These industries need to make huge strides to be able to adjust to remote working environments, such as identifying that their employees are stressed and how they can have smaller, everyday conversations about issues such as performance.


https://www.hrmonline.com.au/future-of-work/post-pandemic-workplace-wayne-casico/?utm_source=Informz&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EDM


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