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5 rules for staying positive in a lockdown

The current Government-enforced lockdown and the subsequent requirement to work exclusively from home as the coronavirus pandemic continues is having a marked effect on worker wellbeing.

Whereas under normal circumstances remote working may have positive effects on employee mental health – a Fundera study found that 81% of those who work remotely on a regular basis are less stressed, businesses who offer the perk see 40% less annual turnover in staff and in most cases, productivity actually increases – this is not necessarily the case under current circumstances.

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