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August 11, 2022
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Burnout remains a risk for workers of all generations

Flexible working has become an important part of the modern UK economy, with over half of employees taking up a flexible working arrangement. However, Nuffield Health’s latest whitepaper The effects of remote working on stress, wellbeing and productivity has found while remote working is associated with higher workplace wellbeing, it can also present many business challenges including the risk of burnout for an increasingly diverse workforce. When thinking about remote working, we often imagine a young Millennial, frantically tapping across multiple devices in some hipster coffee shop. However, workplace stereotypes don’t always hold true. In fact, Nuffield Health’s whitepaper reveals…
Burnout remains a risk for workers of all generations

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