The pace at the disaster response environment is often faster than that of the normal workplace. Having been used to the fast-paced work environment, you may find your colleagues at the normal workplace working slow, thus becoming likely to pick on their performance.
Meanwhile, your colleagues may have negative feelings towards your deployment because they may need to take up your routine work. Also, they may not have a thorough idea of how difficult disaster work could be, thereby not showing enough empathy for you. Therefore, it is possible that conflicts may arise after you return to the office.
Tips – It is understood that you have different experience from your colleagues during operation. You can try to walk in others' shoes and appreciate your colleagues' support during your absence. After all, mutual understanding and support is key to maintaining a friendly and supportive workplace.