As we return to work this month, it is important to use national health guidelines to keep our workforces safe during these next phases of the COVID-19 response.


There are a lot of astonishing statistics about the recent unemployment rate, market indices, tests, tests, tests.

Last week, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) confirmed a grim landscape in the current job market.

Stay home. Stay safe. Stay sane.

What are we supposed to do with this information?

STAY OPTIMISTIC!

We are in an era of transition.

It’s a crisis intervention case study for philosophers, economists and social scientists alike. It is truly an extraordinary time for humanity.

While it’s important to stay informed, current events can create anxiety at a time when we need reassurance the most. Change is incremental, so let’s look on the bright side when we can!

CHIN UP, EYES FORWARD!

We are resilient.

We are resourceful.

We are ready for change!

Our society is geared for quick, confident steps and we keep racing towards professional success expending our precious energy in a flurry of action.

Perhaps now is the best time to make a strategic plan for the future – set some goals and focus on personal development.

WE ARE POLITY

We are in this together!

We need to thrive!

Political conflicts and institutional inefficiencies are detrimental to societies in the midst of a global crisis.

We need to work together if we expect our governments to work for us. And in a modern world of physical isolation, public policies should focus on our collective well-being.

These democratic values require civic participation, so as we navigate these uncertainties let’s do our part to be civil!


ARE YOU RETURNING TO WORK?

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