Published: 19 March 2019
Analyst(s): Human Resources Research Team
Heads of HR must ensure that managers across the organization are equipped to address employee anxiety, frustration and burnout during the Brexit transition. These emotions, which are likely to heighten as uncertainty continues, can lead to disengagement, distraction and work errors.
What HR and Organizational Leadership Can Do
Sense and Respond to the Need for Support Among Employees
Promote Dialogue to Build Understanding and Reduce Anxiety
Focus on Objectives to Create Clarity Amid Uncertainty and Disruption
Encourage Innovation to Drive Engagement
Model the Right Behaviors to Reduce the Likelihood of Misconduct
Tailor Recognition to Acknowledge Employee Efforts Under Challenging Circumstances
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