If you’re a manager who was thrown — overnight — into a situation where you and your team now work from home thanks to the coronavirus, your job just got a little harder… and a little weirder.

A deadly pandemic, an economic implosion and a new way of working has created a lot of distracted, anxious employees who now legitimately worry about job security.
Yet you still have to deliver on projects, train and coach, settle disputes and engage the team.
“We are integrating remote work in an emergency situation and that has emotional duress tied to it,” said Sara Sutton, CEO and founder of the career site FlexJobs.