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As the novel coronavirus keeps most of us home, this lack of in-person human contact can cause stress, fear, uncertainty and loneliness. That is why we put together this COVID-19 resource page to give you another source to go to for tips and resources to keep you and your families informed and well—in good health.
Johns Hopkins University Resource Center
keep up to date from the experts in global public health, infectious disease and emergency preparedness
• COVID-19 news
• COVID-19 interactive map
• Data center
• COVID-19 basics AND MORE
Public Service Announcements
Tips for Furloughed Employees
Tips to Protect Seniors
Tips for Learning to Unplug
Tips to Change Your Mindset
Tips to Conquer Anxiety
Tips for Self Care
COVID-19 – Resource guide for HR
Strategic Business Considerations for Human Resources
- Best practices
- Operational considerations
- Employee support
- AND MUCH MORE
During the Pandemic, Shelter in Place and Beyond
- Types of abuse
- Domestic violence cycle
AND MUCH MORE
Relationship Strain During COVID-19
ARE YOU MAINTAINING CLEAR & CONSISTENT COMMUNICATION WITH FAMILY & FRIENDS?
WE Have tips & guidelines to help!
- Use social media with care
- Understand needs
- Take your emotional pulse
- Wear new shoes
- What to do when it goes too far
AND MUCH MORE
Guidance for Preparing Workplaces for Coronavirus
U.S. Department of Labor resources on preparing workplaces for the
Unemployment Insurance Relief During COVID-19 Outbreak
- Learn How to File for Unemployment Insurance
The overtime final rule will make 1.3 million more American workers eligible for overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
AND MUCH MORE
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
COVID-19 / Coronavirus Information from the CDC
How to protect yourself
- What to do if you are sick
Symptoms & self checker
- Slow the spread
- Cloth face covers
- Critical workers
AND MUCH MORE
Managing employees during a crisis
As a result of the Coronavirus, we are making unprecedented changes in our day to day lives and in our day to day ways of doing business, in order to help curb the impact of a pandemic.
This means that leaders must be prepared to assess and implement changes, sometimes on a daily basis, as we receive new information and new recommendations from our government and public health officials.
Whether you are still operating at your worksite or managing employees remotely, we have some recommendations for Smart Managers that apply to both scenarios, as well as some recommendations unique to each.
Back to work recommendations:
- Empathy first
- Avoid minimizing concerns
- Institute cleaning protocols
- AND MORE!
Staying connected during the outbreak - Social distancing doesn’t have to mean social isolation.
As the novel coronavirus keeps most of us home, this lack of in-person human contact can cause stress and loneliness. However, there are many ways to stay connected during social distancing.
Of course, there are phone calls and texts. A quick, "I'm thinking about you" text could be a boost for someone. But sometimes people want to see other's faces and do activities together. We have many tips and resources for your use.
Here are just a few:
- Schedule virtual coffee/tea
- Watch movies together ONLINE
- Stick to your workout schedule
“ Ulliance has been producing
some very useful newsletter style communications recently and we are grateful for access to them and for the opportunity to share them with our teams."
Working From Home #WFH
Tips to Work Remote Successfully
Learn how to make the most out of working remotely. It’s our company’s #1 priority to help keep you safe & informed, while many employees work remotely.
“ We really appreciate you and the whole Ulliance team! Stay safe and Bwell!"
COVID-19 Care for Aging Loved Ones
Tips for caring for your elders during coronavirus.
Amid the uncertainty swirling around the coronavirus pandemic stands one undisputed fact: The highest rate of severe, life-threatening symptoms is among older people, particularly those with underlying medical conditions. This includes those over the age of 60, and especially those over 80. This leaves older people and their families wondering what extra precautions they should take.
We have put together some guidelines, tools and tips for caring for your aging loved ones—without putting them at risk!
REDUCE STRESS AND ANXIETY, CALM THE MIND, EAT WISELY, STAY MOVING AND RELAX YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM —WE'VE GOT YOU!
Most well-being advice can be boiled down to simple behaviors, like eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly and getting good quality sleep. But during a pandemic like COVID-19, these behaviors are more important than ever for maintaining your physical and mental well-being. But social distancing during quarantine makes things really complicated.
To help you stay well, we have put together many tips and resources for you to use to enhance your total well-being.
Be safe. Stay home and be well!
10 Tips for Dealing with the Stress of a Furlough
This is a difficult time for many people, but the following tips can help alleviate some of the challenges this situation presents.
Handling the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic has probably been difficult in the first place. Adding a
temporary furlough to the mix can compound the anxiety, fear, and frustration an employee is already
For Our Heroes on the Front Line
managing stress & increasing RESILIENCY
• Reduce Secondary Traumatic Stress
o Acknowledge that STS can impact anyone helping families after a traumatic event.
o Learn the symptoms.
We have put together a comprehensive guide for health care workers and first responders to help manage and promote self-care as they fight this battle for all us—in good health!
On Demand Webinars
Life advisor wellness webinars for employees
On Demand Smart Webinar Series
Life advisor wellness webinars for managers
Recovering From Workplace Critical Incidents
If your organization has already faced a critical incident, and you're looking for continued support for your employees, we can help. The Ulliance Life Advisor EAP® assists both HR managers and their employees on the road to recovery.
A timely and appropriate response from managers can help speed employee recovery following the death of a co-worker.
Are you currently managing recovery from a recent event? Call us
"After the loss of a well-loved employee, our Ulliance Account Manager came to council our team. The Account Manager from Ulliance was so kind and caring. Having this Critical Incident Stress Debriefing as a part of our EAP made a huge impact on our employees, they experienced firsthand just how much we care about them. We received lots of positive feedback from the 100 employees that attended the stress debriefing."
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#RiseAbove: Be Part of the Conversation
At Ulliance, our mission is to improve the lives of the people we serve. We started the #RiseAbove hashtag to highlight our commitment to helping organizations as they support their employees in Rising Above every day challenges.
Use the hashtag #RiseAbove on social media to continue the conversation. Together, we can work toward better emotional well-being and physical health for all employees.