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When you think about a company being able to ensure a safe workplace, the immediate thought typically goes to physical security. However, in these times, there is just as much of an emphasis on emotional security. As an employer it can be tough to navigate. That’s why we sat down with behavioral psychologist, Dr. Michael Corcoran, to talk about adapting to a new level of employee expectations.

There is now more than ever a need for employees to feel heard. They want the assurance that their voice matters and that the company they work for has the same level of commitment to their values. It is especially true in a time of political movements where political conversations are happening more often and in the workplace. Here are a few tips to help a workplace stay safe.