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Writing in the Harvard Business Review, Sarah Clayton and Anthea Hoyle of United Minds state, “Many companies will need to enhance current practices…with a greater capacity to deal with stress, anxiety, and uncertainty ‘in house’. This … [means] building greater internal awareness of, sensitivity toward, and ability to address employee concerns.” They suggest five areas to assist employees during reopening. Access to a limited number of HBR articles is free without subscription. Source: Philanthropy New York