Communicating in a Crisis and Support for Your Employees
HR professionals and management teams know that communicating quickly, often, and well with employees is often the most important task they have during a crisis. Employees will be one of the biggest determinants in how fast and how well an organization recovers from a emergency situation, and they’ll be the first contact with your customers as recovery occurs.
Flyer for workplaces to promote EAP usage (PDF)
Flyer for workplaces to promote EAP usage (Publisher format, for editing)
Communication Templates and Tips
SURVEY Your Employees on Their Needs and Emotions (plans and samples)
Notice of Workplace Exposure to a Communicable Disease (template)
Supporting Your Employees and Their Mental Health
Abundant resources exist for their best mental health. Explore these pages and call EAP to talk about your situation and remind employees of their EAP.
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Mindfulness is one of the cornerstones to resiliency. Harvard University has free Koru Guided Meditations on their website here; try them alone and include in staff communications.
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