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Wellbeing concerns follow shift back to working from home

Commenting on Boris Johnson’s call for office staff to work from home where possible to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, Peter Cheese, chief executive of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, says: “With home working likely to be the default for another six months, employers must recognise that isolation and anxiety could become an issue for some workers. To counter this, they should ensure managers are regularly checking in with their teams, and are asking about their wellbeing.” The Times notes that KPMG expects a large number of employees to continue working from home, but will keep its offices open for staff who had “a business-critical or wellbeing need to come in”.

Read more: The Times


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