Ever since the pandemic hit earlier this year, a large portion of employees have been working from home.
After many months of being cooped up inside and separated from friends, family and colleagues due to social distancing and lockdown measures, many people have noted a negative impact on their wellbeing. In fact, in May, the Chief Executive of Mind, Paul Farmer said that immediate action was needed to support mental health services after the charity saw a surge in the number of people downloading resources from its website. Speaking to Sky News at the time, he warned of an ‘emerging mental health crisis’ due to the lockdown period.
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