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August 12, 2022
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Wellbeing for remote workers should not be lost in translation

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the world of work – seeing many businesses remote working – employers are learning more about the importance of effective communication. Diminished in-person contact can lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness among employees. And managers are also facing new challenges in providing the level of social interaction and support that is crucial in maintaining the mental health wellbeing of employees while away from the office. Employers have a responsibility to equip staff with the right information to stay safe, remain engaged and protect their emotional wellbeing and that of their colleagues. A…
Wellbeing for remote workers should not be lost in translation

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