Avoiding Loneliness and Burnout While Working Remotely
By Carla Delgado
Working remotely was always an option, but during this time of global crisis, it appears to be the only reasonable choice. Back then, people used to go home to take a break from work. Now, home is the workplace itself. Although this has some advantages like having more time indoors and saying goodbye to the morning commute, there are also plenty of downsides. A report shows that loneliness is one of the biggest struggles of remote workers. Aside from decreasing […]
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