Articles | April 21, 2020

How COVID-19 May Affect People in Their 20s

While the current data suggests younger adults aren't as at risk of dying from the coronavirus as older demographics, the long-term harms this pandemic will inflict on society will be felt by all age groups.

Segal Benz, our communications professionals, delve deep into the worries and anxieties shared by many young professionals just getting a start to their careers, while also giving advice on what we all can do to make a positive difference at work. 

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How to help your people feel more connected

Segal Benz lists some helpful tips for bringing your people together, including:

  • Promote your organization’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and financial well-being resources, so your people know what emotional and financial support resources are available to them. If your organization doesn't offer these services, now is a great time to stress their importance to leadership. 
  • Set up virtual coffees, lunches, and even happy hours.
  • Check in on colleagues, especially those who live alone.
  • Emphasize that it’s okay to be off the clock. For employees not used to working remotely, a healthy work/home separation is especially challenging right now.

The article goes into greater depth about the importance of making everyone feel connected during this difficult time.

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