Around 63% of workers say their company could do more to support their emotional and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Within this group, 22% said their company’s response was “barely adequate,” “a disaster” or “non-existent.”
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Employees are expensing work equipment and health and hygiene supplies, leaving businesses the task of deciding whether to pick up the bill.May 26
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