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PANDEMIC: THE NEXT SIX MONTHS


Proponents of the shift to working from home have hailed it as a win for those wanting a more flexible work-life balance. However, the majority of workers believe this balance has worsened since starting to remote work. In fact, 34% of workers cited the lack of dedicated workspace as a key drawback of working from home.


Moreover, the blurred distinction between work and home life has left 37% of workers struggling to switch off from work while at home, while a recent 8x8 report revealed that 38% experienced anxiety and stress as a result of being ‘always on’. Returning to the office, with its regular


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hours and routine, will help restore balance to workers’ lives and alleviate the strain on their mental health.


Productivity is inextricably linked to how comfortable workers feel in their environment. Consequently, productivity has seen an alarming decline following the sudden shift to remote work. To reverse this decline, offices must safely reopen their doors to employees, providing them with a safe and suitable environment to help them and their employers’ businesses thrive in the post-pandemic era.


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