The world of work has radically changed over the past few months, as employees up and down the UK have taken their offices to their homes following the Government-imposed lockdown measures. As employers and staff members have frantically tried to get used to this new way of working, business leaders have had to start thinking virtually to ensure that employees are working in sync with one another. But, with every individual in a different location, maintaining the same level of collaboration hasn’t been an easy task, as recent research has revealed that productivity has in fact taken a harsh dip. For example, a study carried out by Swisse Me found that workers are suffering from a productivity slump at 1.29pm every day. READ MORE Combatting loneliness when working from home In...
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