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November 26, 2022
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Third of home workers feel disconnected, Leesman data shows

Insights from Leesman’s ongoing home working study of more than 145,000 workers has revealed that a significant number of employees feel disconnected to their colleagues and organisation, while others struggle to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Over a third of home workers (35 percent) feel disconnected to their organisation when working from home and a further 31 percent feel disconnected to their colleagues, Leesman data has revealed. Leesman, which claims to be the world’s leading independent assessor of employee experience launched the largest exploration into employees’ home working experience in March 2020. Now, as the UK re-enters lockdown, Leesman’s insights…
Third of home workers feel disconnected, Leesman data shows

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