‘Always on’ | Businesses urged to address high levels of 'remote presenteeism'

Businesses urged to address high levels of 'remote presenteeism'

New research has found that more than three-quarters (77%) of organisations have observed ‘presenteeism’ – people continuing to work while unwell – in remote staff during the pandemic year.

The latest CIPD and Simplyhealth Health and Wellbeing at Work report found that this is slightly higher levels of presenteeism than when workers were going into a central workplace (75%).

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