A practical guide for staff working in hospitality, tourism & leisure
Glasgow’s hospitality industry has launched an anxiety toolkit in response to the ongoing situation with Covid-19 and how it has impacted the mental wellbeing of the trade.
Designed to help hospitality workers recognising the symptoms of stress and anxiety this practical guide offers suggestions of ways to help yourself and your colleagues as leisure and tourism businesses adjust to operating through the COVID-19 pandemic and returning to work.
Developed in partnership by Experience Glasgow and Scotland’s Hospitality Health charity, this informative toolkit is intended to help operators improve the health and wellbeing of themselves and their teams, and aims to support triggers surrounding the pandemic such as: health concerns; safety at work; wearing PPE, new working practices; financial worries and dealing with the possibility of redundancies.
Recognising symptoms is really helpful to develop coping mechanisms and the guide offers prescriptive support for good emotional health and an understanding into the route of breaking the stress cycle and any negative thoughts.
The guidance is free for anyone to download to support you and your teams. If would further advice or would like to talk to someone impartial, please contact www.hospitalityhealth.org.uk
Businesses can download the Anxiety Toolkit below:
In response to the crippling effects of COVID on the sector, Experience Glasgow offers a support network for city businesses with their Business Action Group and a new website www.experienceglasgow.com – a collaborative platform that helps businesses navigate and recover from the global pandemic.