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Novel ways firms are tackling staff exhaustion

2020 has been a tough year for all workers, with remote working, threats to mental and physical wellbeing and a blurring of the lines between work and home life leaving some feeling exhausted, and potentially burnt out.

“It’s more than just feeling stressed – it’s a state of exhaustion,” Business Psychologist Alan Bradshaw told Wired in a recent article. “With [COVID-19], we haven’t had much of a break and the second wave has really knocked our morale. Everything has been up in the air and the worries and concerns have been constant.”

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