Your employees may have been away from work for a few weeks, a few months or even a few years; and even though returning to work can be exciting for them, going back isn’t always easy, no matter who they are, why they’ve been away, where they work or what they do.
For many people, returning to work is a step towards regaining a sense of normality – or at least a familiar routine. For many, it’s a positive and exciting time but for others it can be daunting. There’s no right or wrong way to feel and it’s natural to have some concerns. That’s why the way returning to work is handled can make all the difference, both to employees and to the organisation as a whole.
When the time comes for employees to return to work, thoughtful planning, organisation, preparation, and manageable expectations will help ease them back in; so we’ll touch upon how an employer can help their employees before they go back, how to handle their first few days, and what happens going forward.
This Returning to Work whitepaper will provide employers with information about easing employees back to work after a prolonged period of time off work, when it is right for employees to return to work, and how to physically and emotionally support them upon their return to work.
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