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  • Indians want employers to ease post-pandemic anxiety
  • Indians want employers to ease post-pandemic anxiety
    Manki Kim (2020) ©
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Indians want employers to ease post-pandemic anxiety

The majority of Indians working in government and the corporate sector are stressed about returning to work post-lockdown, with concerns about cleanliness and contagion particularly common. They’re looking to their employers to offer clear advice and create a safe space to reduce anxiety.

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