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COVID-19 and the uncertainties and impacts this brings to both your health and the economy is likely to have a big impact on the mental health of small business owners, workers and families.
During this crisis people might experience feelings of anxiety, stress, fear, uncertainty and depression. It is important to be aware of these both as an employer and employee, and if you or your workers or co-workers are experiencing these feelings and would like to seek some assistance please reach out to one of the many organisations that are equipped to guide you through these difficult times.
Even during times of isolation try to keep lines of communication open and recognise the signs within yourself and those around you.
Master Builders is here to answer your questions about how to manage mental health in your workplaces (onsite, office or remote workplaces).
If you require advice on mental health in the workplace, please call us on 1300 30 50 10.
Crisis support can be found at: