During the imposed lockdown in the UK, where employees across the country have had to work from home, research has discovered that more and more workers are suffering from burnout and are working longer hours. In fact, research from LinkedIn's Glint discovered that burnout had doubled from March (2.7%) to April (5.4%) 2020, indicating that employees are taking themselves to the limit in order to get work done. Elsewhere, data from NordVPN has found that VPN usage during the coronavirus crisis has hit a new peak, with the majority of employees now working an extra two hours outside of their usual working hours. These statistics indicate there is a very real cause for concern of burnout among staff members who are currently working from home, however despite this, tech entrepreneur...
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