How to build resilience in your employees

Hi everyone Jackie Strachan from HR Tactics here with another quick HR hot tip.

When employees can tell you genuinely care about their mental health or psychological safety, their engagement levels increase and we generally see higher levels of productivity in the workplace.

So today’s HR hot tip for taking charge of change in your business is to: 

look for ways to communicate your support for staff getting involved in activities and habits that build their emotional resilience. 

The more resilient our team members are – the more productive, more engaged workforce we will have.

Do you have a Wellbeing Strategy?

As we continue to move through the challenges that come with Covid-19 being part of daily life, our employees continue to face and juggle sources of stress inside and outside the workplace. 

If you would like to discuss ways you can support your team members by having your own tailored wellbeing strategy, then contact us for a chat. 

We love designing tailored wellbeing strategies for growing SMEs who genuinely care about how their people think and feel. 

Have a great day everyone.

HR Tactics – HR Consultants Brisbane – Outsourced HR

This information was provided with the intention of helping you find more clarity, confidence and peace of mind as you navigate your own journey as an employer. I would love to hear your thoughts on this, and if you think someone else would enjoy it please feel free to share it around.

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Jackie Strachan

Jackie’s passion for creating better Human Resources outcomes stems from over 20 years’ experience in the field and a drive for finding innovative solutions.
Her HR career has seen her hold both operational and strategic HR management roles across a vast array of industry sectors including retail, financial services, child protection, professional services, dental, state emergency services, Department of Justice, agency recruitment and IT.
Combining her experience in each specialised area of Human Resources (such as learning & development, recruitment, WHS and employee relations etc), Jackie leads HR Tactics with an industry-respected foundation of knowledge.