How to help workers struggling after the nation’s mass shootings

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The pair of mass shootings in the U.S. over the past week—the Kroger shooting in Boulder, Colorado, and the spa killings in Atlanta—are the latest disturbing events for Americans in a year defined by a pandemic, economic uncertainty and racial and political unrest.

And it’s all contributing to employees’ worsening mental health and making employers think about how they can help struggling employees. In short, experts say, company and HR leaders should check in on their workers and encourage them to prioritize their mental wellbeing during times of crisis and turmoil.

“At a time when employees are already tapped out physically, financially

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