Beating the work-from-home burnout

There’s no doubt that remote working has a multitude of benefits. However, to every change comes challenges...

And many remote-work employees are falling into unhealthy habits and lifestyles – late nights, poor ergonomic set up, less physical activity and the inability to ‘disconnect’.

Exacerbated by the lack of usual communication and support, an increasing number of people are suffering high stress, anxiety and burnout. Workforces are at risk. And action is needed before business is ultimately affected.

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  • The top causes of work-from-home burnout
  • How to recognise when remote employees are at risk
  • What you can do to help your employees avoid work-from-home burnout.

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