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Research shows that when we’re exposed to negatively skewed news programs we’re more likely to experience negative feelings like anxiety, anger, sadness and fear. More surprisingly, researchers found these feelings can transfer over to our personal concerns, so we’re likely to be more pessimistic about our own lives and prospects for the future. Learn how you can address this negativity bias and be a better consumer of news content.
Many organizations are attempting to create a “new normal” for employees after 16 months of remote work or strict in-person safety guidelines. As employers work to make wise decisions for their workforce, it’s important to recognize employees’ fear, discomfort and anxiety about this transition. Experts from the Pine Rest EAP offer advice and tips on successfully managing this change.


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