COVID-19 Resource Roundup

It’s no secret that the rise of COVID-19 and subsequent economic downturn has left businesses reeling. There are still many unanswered questions, but there is also a lot of information being shared to help businesses weather this transition and move forward. We’ve collected some key resources to help you navigate through these uncharted waters and answer some of your COVID-19 related questions.

 

On Coping with the Current Crisis

Glassdoor: 3 Strategies to Help Your Team Embrace a Realistic But Positive Outlook in Tough Times

Glassdoor: How to Keep Employees Engaged When Everyone’s Stressed and Working From Home

TLNT: Managing Team Emotions During a Crisis

TLNT: 11 Ways Leaders Can Lead Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

New York Times: It’s OK to Not Be a Perfect Quarantine Employee

CDC: Employees: How to Cope with Job Stress and Build Resilience During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Headspace: A mindful approach to helping your team through the current global crisis

Forbes: How To Manage Workplace Stress Dealing With The Coronavirus Pandemic

SHRM: How can we reassure employees who are worried about the coronavirus?

SHRM : Answers to the Most Common Coronavirus Questions

 

On Returning to Work:

TLNT: Key Labor & Employment Considerations for Developing a Return-to-Work Strategy

SHRM: Bringing Them Back: Key Questions for HR from Returning Workers

SHRM: How to Create a Healthy Building for Returning Employees

SHRM: Getting to Work in a Pandemic: The Next Challenge

The Atlantic: To Safely Reopen, Make the Workweek Shorter. Then Keep It Shorter.

McKinsey & Company: From surviving to thriving: Reimagining the post-COVID-19 return

CDC: Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

MarketWatch: Companies reveal their plans for what work will look like when America returns to the office

Bloomberg: The Office You Left Is Not Going to Be the Office You Return To

Forbes: How HR and talent organizations are collaborating to help restart the economy