First and Last Name/s of Presenters

Samantha YoungFollow

Mentor/s

Dr. Ignagni & McLaughlin (Capstone professors)

Participation Type

Poster

Abstract

The coronavirus pandemic has been defined as an unprecedented time for skilled employees to endure, as the period of isolation brought out various evolvoled norms for individuals to assimilate with. Businesses and organizations were forced to strategically renovate the way employees carry out their roles and duties essentially due to the demand for a virtual lifestyle with the amount of cases mentioned on news channels. At the height of the pandemic, Spring of 2020, employees were either completely remote, or on the front line observing the authentic suffering for those infected with the virus. Many remote plans heightened anxiety levels for employees during this time through the unknown factor of the security of their employment while furthermore being able to support themselves personally or family members as well. The coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected the psychological wellbeing of employees due to the stressors of isolation, economic insecurity, as well as inaccurate statistics reflecting testing protocols and results provided by government agencies.

College and Major available

Psychology BS

Course Name and Number, Professor Name

HONORS CAPSTONE HN-300-D

Location

Digital Commons

Start Day/Time

5-5-2021 1:00 PM

End Day/Time

5-5-2021 4:00 PM

Students' Information

Samantha Young- Psychology Major- Honors student graduating December 2021

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May 5th, 1:00 PM May 5th, 4:00 PM

Coronavirus Repercussions on the Welfare of Employees

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The coronavirus pandemic has been defined as an unprecedented time for skilled employees to endure, as the period of isolation brought out various evolvoled norms for individuals to assimilate with. Businesses and organizations were forced to strategically renovate the way employees carry out their roles and duties essentially due to the demand for a virtual lifestyle with the amount of cases mentioned on news channels. At the height of the pandemic, Spring of 2020, employees were either completely remote, or on the front line observing the authentic suffering for those infected with the virus. Many remote plans heightened anxiety levels for employees during this time through the unknown factor of the security of their employment while furthermore being able to support themselves personally or family members as well. The coronavirus pandemic has negatively affected the psychological wellbeing of employees due to the stressors of isolation, economic insecurity, as well as inaccurate statistics reflecting testing protocols and results provided by government agencies.

 

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