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Adjusting to the new normal: Managing stress while working from home EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK

This handbook was written by Alex Teahan, a Medical Writer and Mental Health First Aider at Mednet Group. We hope these recommendations help you to look after your wellbeing and work effectively, both during and beyond the coronavirus pandemic.

Mednet Group are two partnered healthcare communications agencies with diversity and inclusivity at our core.

Our business model integrates a social enterprise mission and delivery into its core by employing highly skilled people who may otherwise struggle to gain or retain employment through reasons of long-term conditions – mental health conditions, for the most part.

We take the issue of stress awareness very seriously and realise how important it is that employees are advised on how to adjust and look after their wellbeing, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. We also felt it extremely relevant to highlight this issue in stress awareness month.

We therefore wanted to make some recommendations and give specific strategies to help people in this difficult time, when so many aspects of working life may have significantly changed, which in turn can be very stressful for individuals and their families. We also wanted to signpost to some excellent materials that have been developed and are available via the Stress Management Society.

- Miranda Stead, Director of Mednet Group

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1st May 2020

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