It was inevitable that the mandatory move to remote working for the vast majority of the workforce was going to be met with logistical issues and, as such, have an impact on employee wellbeing.
Those who previously had likely never even considered the viability of working from home were forced, in a very short space of time, into less than ideal conditions, balancing laptops precariously on kitchen counters or setting up a makeshift office on a dining room table – often whilst having to care for children or other dependents.
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