Labor Day is fast approaching in the U.S., a reminder of the achievements and contributions of the workforce. Around the world, though, the nature of the workplace has shifted for many, and the “new normal” is being continuously redefined for essential workers, the remote workforce, and job seekers alike.

Over the past months, Q2 has responded to these new realities with content aimed at helping financial industry professionals provide seamless service for their account holders. On Labor Day and every day, the importance of maintaining balance and health in the evolving professional environment is critically important. The following blogs offer helpful perspective on these topics.

Five Tactics for Dealing with COVID-related Work Stress

Months into the new normal, we’re still discovering new work-from-home stressors and complications. Some are impacting individuals, some are affecting teams, and some are felt throughout entire organizations. Fortunately, there are a number of strategies for combating the workplace fallout of the pandemic. Discover five practices that may help FI teams and employees maintain a positive perspective during uncertain times.

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Maintaining Balance in Unusual Times

Now more than ever, community financial institutions are essential elements in keeping communities strong. As FI professionals across organizations work to deliver the top-quality support account holders need, it’s especially important to keep an eye on physical and mental health. Here are a few approaches to consider.

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Wellness Wednesdays: Healthy Habits for Adapting to New Styles of Working

Practicing social distancing and wearing masks are two recommendations for staying healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, but avoiding the coronavirus is only one factor of staying well throughout this unusual time. As people adjust to new ways of working, increased isolation and reduced social engagement can take a toll on mental and physical health. Discover how Q2 has responded with free, weekly “Wellness Wednesday” meetings held remotely and open to team members around the globe.

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The New Normal: Exceeding Account Holder Expectations while Working Remotely

Practicing social distancing and wearing masks are two recommendations for staying healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, but avoiding the coronavirus is only one factor of staying well throughout this unusual time. As people adjust to new ways of working, increased isolation and reduced social engagement can take a toll on mental and physical health.

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