This is an unprecedented time for employers and their employees. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated worries related to both everyday matters and larger health concerns. Carebridge is providing resources to support employees and leaders in reducing the risk for illness, tending to the needs of loved ones while remaining focused and productive with work responsibilities.
Webinar: Coping with Uncertainty
In this presentation, participants will learn coping strategies to reduce stress associated with fear and trauma and to develop resiliency skills for the future. Attention will be given to trauma responses of fear, anger, and grief to help participants identify and understand their emotional and behavioral reactions to recent world events and previous incidents of trauma. While this presentation will primarily focus mostly on adult experiences, there will be an opportunity to discuss how children react to fear and trauma and how caregivers can best assist them. Emphasis will include the uncertainty produced during a pandemic.
|Tuesday, March 24
Webinar: Motivating through Change for Leaders
As a leader in your organization, it is your responsibility to motivate your employees through times of change and uncertainty. Whether or not you have had experience leading through a crisis in the past, this training will help you with the skills you need to facilitate change and promote personal and employee resiliency during the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Thursday, March 26
Article: Working from Home During a Pandemic
As most schools are closed for the time being parents are faced with finding childcare options including working form home while watching their kids. This article is a helpful resource on managing working remotely.
Carebridge recently expanded their network of counselors providing telephonic and video sessions. They remain available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year by calling 800.437.0911. With additional counseling resources, Carebridge anticipates that they will maintain or increase the availability of counselors through the coming months.