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January 19, 2022
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Stress and burnout threaten the benefits of working from home

A new study by Adaptavist, suggests the threats to long-term productivity and employee wellbeing posed by improvised solutions during the transition to remote work. Overall, 82 percent of people report they are equally (47 percent) if not more productive (35 percent) working from home, and company-wide communications have improved during the pandemic. However, the lack of a shared understanding of which tool to use and how to communicate with it, combined with the ‘always on’ nature of working from home, brings added stress and motivational challenges for remote workers. The Adaptavist Digital Etiquette Study, which includes survey responses from 2800…
Stress and burnout threaten the benefits of working from home

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