Covid working patterns put senior executives in firing line
The pandemic has brought on mental health issues and reorganisations that add further pressure on individuals. So managers should seek professional advice, says solicitor Richard Grogan
Changes in working patterns and 24/7 availability brought on by the pandemic is leading to increased risk of senior executive mental health issues, said Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan Solicitors.
“Senior executives and managers are at increased risk of stress and burnout due to the way Irish businesses are working at present. Executives are now expected to be available 24/7,” he said.
“Stress is equally affecting frontline workers like doctors and gardaí who have been...
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