Soundbite: How a ‘surge of stressors’ is draining workers

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Carrie Bevis

The pair of mass shootings in the nation that happened over the last week is only the latest event to have hurt employees’ mental health. The events that occurred in Boulder, Colorado, and Atlanta follow a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, social, racial and political unrest, and the Capitol riots that occurred earlier this year.

“The isolating quarantines, health anxiety and stream of disturbing stories of hate and violence in the headlines are all creating a surge of stressors that stake up and slowly drain employees’ mental and emotional capacity to cope,” says Carrie Bevis, managing director of communities

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