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📫 COVID19 Links

📫 COVID19 Links
By Mike Pearce • Issue #11 • View online
You’ve probably got a lot on your plate, so I thought a roundup of some useful articles and links from the web might be useful.

(Hat tip to some of the folks in the #people community posting these)
Policies and useful templates
“In the spirit of helping the broader community, I’m sharing the COVID-19 policy communication templates and FAQs (.zip) Lumity distributed to our clients. Please modify these templates with the information and policies that you feel are right for your business. “
“This is a crowdsourced list of *public* Coronavirus // Covid-19 company policies, updates, conference & school closures, and resources. The document will be updated several times per day as new information breaks. If you have any questions or suggestions to make this resource more useful you can contact me”
Remote work
“If you’re reading this post, it’s likely that COVID-19 has caused your once co-located team to start into remote working without much time to prepare for the transition. This post will cover a few key topics that aim to maximize productivity and maintain a culture of thoughtful excellence in these less than ideal circumstances. “
“Having meetings with remote teams, via video or audio conference, can be a real pain. Along with disconnections, lousy internet, barking dogs or braying children and Luddites, they’re fraught with complications and are often one of the most hated types of meetings (next to annual performance reviews). While those things I listed above can only be solved with better technology or more robust soundproofing, there is one remote team meeting problem that’s much more easily solved. “
Mental Wellbeing
“You might be worried about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. This may include being asked to stay at home or avoid other people. This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing. “
“WHO and public health authorities around the world are taking action to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. However, this time of crisis is generating stress in the population. These mental health considerations were developed by the Mental Health Department as support for mental and psychological well-being during COVID-19 outbreak. “
Stay safe #people.
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