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August 20, 2022
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Nearly a million workers struggling with mental wellbeing due to remote working

As April is Stress Awareness Month, Instant Offices researched how the last year has affected employees mental health also what business and individual employees can do to improve and support mental wellbeing. As remote working has been the new normal for the last year, self-isolation and health-related anxiety have created a general sense of unease for many people, according to a YouGov survey, which claims that Covid has impacted the UK’s overall mood, with 41 percent of Brits feeling stressed and 38 percent feeling frustrated.   The Top 5 struggles for remote workers 1. Not being able to unplug: 27…
Nearly a million workers struggling with mental wellbeing due to remote working

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