Isolation | The positive impacts of working remotely

The positive impacts of working remotely

The last few weeks have seen employees adjust their working habits and routines due to new remote working measures put in place by the UK Government in an attempt to curb the spread of coronavirus. While some have shared their negative experience while working from home, such as feeling lonely and facing several technical difficulties, others have opened up about some of the positives. In a post shared on LinkedIn, Matthew Plax, Head of Corporate Banking at Mizrahi Tefahot Bank, said that he had been working remotely for 20 days and had started to reflect on the ways in which working remotely had started to benefit him. He revealed that it had ‘saved’ him two hours of travel time every day, which had had a positive impact on his mental and physical wellbeing, while also getting...

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