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It's been a few weeks since the news of the monkeypox outbreak first made headlines, and many employers are still trying to figure out how to talk about it with their staff. We know this can be a difficult and confusing time in the workplace, but it can also be an opportunity to reinforce trust, open up communication, and further connect with your valued employees.
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Here are some tips for employers to handle workplace communication during a public health emergency. Stay safe!
One of the biggest responsibilities employers have during health emergencies is to stop the spread of misinformation. Fear, anxiety, and stress only make matters worse - but clear and accurate information empower us all. Here are some crucial facts about Monkeypox:
Note: These numbers are likely significantly underrepresenting the actual case count dueto limited access to testing, lag time in case confirmation, knowledge gaps among providers, and stigma that may make individuals reluctant to seek medical care.
Now that we've covered the data and educational information regarding monkeypox, employees need to know where to go from here. In order to keep your workplace safe and functioning at its highest capacity, your workforce needs clear guidance. Here are some helpful tips for how to handle your employee communication strategy during this time.