People Management reported on 21st May how employers need to be mindful of employees mental health when adjusting back into the office etc.
An international health and safety body has warned employers to focus on the risks to employee wellbeing, as well as virus transmission, when bringing staff back to places of work.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has told employers they will need to create a “new normal” working culture as they begin to plan for reopening after lockdown, with workplaces likely to see changes in attitudes – as well as safety procedures – that could cause a risk to workers’ health and wellbeing if not managed properly.
In its new guidance – Returning safely – the IOSH encourages workplaces to adapt communication strategies and workloads to manage the risk of mental ill-health among staff.
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