During a public health crisis, your employees face greater stress and anxiety on a daily basis. That puts them at higher risk for stress-related physical and mental health problems — and raises the potential for burnout at work. You can help them better manage their stress by putting the right tools at their fingertips. We can help.
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— Ginger, 2020*
With the Finding Balance Stress Management Toolkit, you get resources to help you assess your organization’s needs, plan a strategy, engage your employees, and measure your program’s success. The full interactive toolkit is available for download below.
Due to the pandemic, some of the tips and tools provided in this kit may not align with CDC-recommended safety guidelines for COVID-19 prevention. For additional information, please visit cdc.gov.
What to do
Tools and resources
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*“New Data from Ginger Shows Nearly 70 Percent of Workers Feel More Stressed During COVID-19 Than at Any Other Point in Their Entire Professional Career,” Ginger press release, April 9, 2020.
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