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October 2, 2022
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Working from home causes people to drift into a ‘cycle of fatigue’

Working from home is exacerbating an ‘always on’ culture. Data from a study of UK employees, conducted by virtual team building company Wildgoose claims that over half of respondents are struggling to keep their workloads within working hours. These increasingly blurred lines between work and home are creating a ‘cycle of fatigue’ for UK employees, and the effects are being felt from intern level to the boardroom. Decision makers are being encouraged to break the cycle by adapting their HR and employee wellbeing programmes to address the situation. The ‘2021 Working from Home Study’ asked employees from 133 companies throughout…
Working from home causes people to drift into a ‘cycle of fatigue’

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