From continuing worries about Covid-19 to juggling work and family responsibilities, almost all of us are experiencing some level of stress right now. When teams are in the office and interacting in person, the signs of significant stress or anxiety are often easily spotted by experienced leaders. However, those same signs can be less obvious when employees are working remotely.
Even when someone is working from home, they still need the support of their leaders and human resources team when they’re struggling, so it’s important to recognize the signs that one of your team members needs relief. Below, nine members of Forbes Human Resources Council share telltale signs that an employee is burdened with anxiety and stress and may need help to get to a better place.