Working from home has its positives; it offers employees increased flexibility to their day and has given them the option to catch up on some much-needed sleep thanks to the lack of commute.
However, it also has its downsides. Several studies have revealed that burnout has increased, with staff putting in more hours while they are at home. Data shared by NordVPN earlier this year revealed that staff are now putting in two extra hours per day since their organisation switched to remote working.
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