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August 12, 2022
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Working from home stresses have had the greatest impact on women

A review of research in organisational and workplace psychology conducted by an international team of academics claims that working from home has been more disruptive for women than men. The review paper, entitled COVID-19 and the Workplace: Implications, Issues, and Insights for Future Research and Action and originally published in American Psychologist, features urgent insight from UCL School of Management Professor, Sunny Lee into the sex- and gender-related implications of changes in work practices that have taken place over the course of 2020. Originally submitted in July of 2020, the review of research indicates the impact of the pandemic differs by demographic…
Working from home stresses have had the greatest impact on women

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