For many of us, the events of recent weeks and months represent the greatest widescale change we’ve experienced in our lifetimes. People everywhere have had to change how they socialize, communicate, and live.
But perhaps nowhere has the change been so great than in the workplace. Some have been sent home to work, others called into the field. Many have had to change how they work, and many have taken on new work. Regardless, whether you’re now working double time, working remotely, or remotely working, your routines have likely been disrupted. And with layoffs happening across industries and organizations, many now find themselves taking on more work to help their companies survive. They also find themselves stressed, overwhelmed, and unsure of how to manage the additional workload.