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July 5, 2022
HR Technologies

Your organisation really needs to stop talking about a second pandemic

It was in the summer of 2020 that conversations about a second pandemic of mental health issues first started. As we began to see and feel our mental health suffering due to the ongoing impact of COVID19, this idea gained momentum and interest within business sectors. This concept has also been leapt upon by health and wellbeing consultants everywhere as they whip up a storm discussing the inevitable wave of mental health issues threatening to engulf our employees in the future. This doom-laden prediction is usually balanced out by an optimistic and buoyant accompanying sales pitch for a wellness app…
Your organisation really needs to stop talking about a second pandemic

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