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Caring for your mental health when working from home

By Jamie Thompson
Director of Canada
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While many employers have embraced the benefits of agile working, few have experienced an entirely remote workforce. The same is true for most employees too who may be used to short stints at home but are wholly unaccustomed to extended, unbroken periods of remote working.

Covid-19 is changing the situation for many companies, forcing workers into potentially prolonged periods of isolation. The potential impact on mental health is significant, but there are steps that both employers and employees can take to minimise its effects.



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