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Work/Life Balance for Remote Employees

May 28, 2020

Via: HR Hero

As organizations adjust to our ever-changing reality when it comes to social distancing and finding new ways of doing business, many of us have moved to having a high percentage of our workforce working from home. As a result, many employees have ended up working a lot more hours from home than they normally would.

With the commute gone, people start working sooner and are less likely to stop work at a specific time because they don’t have to think about traffic or how soon they’ll be arriving home to family. Unfortunately, this can lead to burnout, and it’s something employers should consider taking proactive steps to manage.

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