Workplaces forced to adopt remote work because of the coronavirus pandemic might believe the shift will yield higher productivity, but the lack of personal contact can inhibit idea creation, create a lack of perspective and leave people in a sea of loneliness, write Michael Lee Stallard and Katharine Stallard. "Lacking meaningful connection to help us cope, ongoing stress and loneliness impairs how clearly we think, our quality of sleep and our willpower to eat a healthy diet and exercise," they write.
How remote work can create disconnect and distress
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