Stress and burnout | How a 'right to disconnect' is gaining traction

How a 'right to disconnect' is gaining traction

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In this member-exclusive myGrapevine+ piece, we explore the concept of a 'right to disconnect', and why more countries are making it law. It explores:

  • The relationship between remote working and burnout

  • Why the UK may soon be a proponent of the concept

  • How a 'right to disconnect' is causing controversy among experts

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