The stress of the coronavirus outbreak, transition to remote work and the unemployment spike can push employees to panic-work, writes Gianpiero Petriglieri, who points to theories that say we panic-work to prove our immortality. "Stop pretending that if you work harder it will be business as usual," he writes.
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