Jeremy Glenn was quoted in the Chicago Tribune about how companies should provide extra leeway in schedules and promote company-sponsored wellness programs, like exercise and stress-reduction activities during the election. “Employers need to recognize that there may be employees who are fundamentally unable to work for a short time and employers should try to be empathetic to that,” said Jeremy. It could take days or weeks for people to process election outcomes. Supervisors and managers may need to adjust project delivery deadlines, give workers the space and time to take advantage of wellness resources during the day or allow workers to take time off, he said.
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