Sensemaking by employees in essential versus non-essential professions during the COVID-19 crisis: A comparison of effects of change communication and disruption cues on mental health, through interpretations of identity threats and work meaningfulness

Ward van Zoonen*, Ronald E. Rice, Claartje L. ter Hoeven

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