When “work from home” seemed to be a temporary solution, the prioritization of employee well-being was put on hold. But since many employees are working from home on a full-time basis, potentially for the rest of 2020, it is now more than ever that we need to bring employee well-being to the forefront of conversations. What can employers do to help employees improve and maintain their health and well-being while at home? The short answer: help employees create a home environment that is conducive to healthy behaviors and supportive of their well-being. This is not an easy feat, but we have a few suggestions on how you can help your employees address the problems they may be facing.
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