The COVID-19 crisis, quarantine orders and uncertainty have caused mental health issues for many people around the world. As we continue to navigate our new socially distanced reality, it is important to manage stress and move toward a positive outlook in our lives.
“Rather than dwelling on the complexities and stresses of life, it is important to take some quiet time every day – away from your work email, cell phone and social media – to read, spend time with your family, exercise, meditate or simply be one with nature,” writes Kris Rearic, senior vice president, Client Success at Randstad Sourceright.
When it comes to work, Rearic suggests that people take the opportunity to evaluate how satisfied they are with their jobs or careers. With thousands of online courses that are available today, taking the time to upskill or reskill “can lead to a better position in your current job or even help you make a long-desired career change.”
Read the full article in Thrive Global for additional insights on how to live consciously and mindfully in times of crisis. You can also visit Randstad Sourceright’s Talent Continuity & COVID-19 Insights Stream for more best practices, as well as market development news regarding the pandemic.
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