As the days of isolation turn into weeks and, although it doesn’t bear thinking about, months, it’s likely that the lack of physical interaction with those around you – be it co-workers, friends or family, is starting to take its toll.
It can be extremely hard to restrict your life to the rooms in your house or flat and denounce the social contact that until recently, it’s likely that you took for granted.
Whilst remote working does have positive ramifications – studies by the likes of LinkedIn and Deloitte have found that those who have the option to work from home are happier, less stressed and more productive. The coronavirus outbreak has proven to many that as a full-time working solution, working from home simply isn’t feasible – especially when compounded with similar restrictions in your personal life.
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