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October 23, 2021
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Working from home wellbeing outcomes vary enormously across groups

With working from home set to continue for millions of UK workers, research by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) claims that there are key health and wellbeing disparities between different groups of people who made the move to home working as a result of Covid-19. Overall, more people felt working from home was better for their health and wellbeing (45 percent), compared to around one third (29 percent) who thought working from home was worse for their health and wellbeing. However, people who switched to working from home as a result of Covid-19 had experienced health and wellbeing…
Working from home wellbeing outcomes vary enormously across groups

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