In-depth - business continuity: Maintaining mental health

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Health worries coupled with the stresses and strains of lockdown can have serious implications for mental health. Ensuring that employees are supported throughout this period is essential.

“The longer it goes on, the harder it will get,” says Simon James, director, Vision Specialist Services. “If we get a second extension, the joking and singing that was around in the early days will stop. Employers need to do everything they can to safeguard employee mental health.”

Firms are doing a variety

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