The impact of prolonged remote working on mental well-being
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As the UK vaccine rollout continues apace, there’s plenty of reasons to be hopeful about the greater part of 2021. One impact, however, of the prolonged work-from-home period has been largely unseen and unnoticed throughout 2020 and into 2021.
For many, the opportunity to work from home provided a wealth of benefits – lack of commute, cost-saving, flexibility of hours – but we are increasingly seeing, as we move towards the end of lockdown, the prolonged impact of long periods of isolation on over 75% of the UK workforce.
In our latest white paper, Mark Bilney, Managing Director of Organisational Excellence, examines these unseen factors, and outlines key methodologies to help you ensure your business has a coherent, robust strategy for helping your people successfully weather what remains of Lockdown Three.