Employee wellbeing has been a focal point for employers and HR amid the coronavirus crisis as many employees have worked remotely for more than a year now.
Many new and different challenges have cropped up during this time. For example, the impact that the pandemic has had on employee mental health. In fact, data from Nuffield Health revealed that 80% of Brits felt working from home has had a negative impact on the mental health. One-quarter of remote workers said that they were finding it difficult to cope with isolation from colleagues, while 36% said they felt as though they always had to be at their computer to respond quickly to messages.
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