Remote Employees Are Working Longer Than Before

​While the shift to working from home in 2020 has provided much-needed flexibility for professional workers during the COVID-19 crisis and shown that a remote workforce can maintain productivity, negative aspects of the experience—isolation, diminished collaboration and burnout—have emerged.Research shows remote employees are working

longer, spending time in more meetings and having to keep up with more communication channels.Nearly 70 percent of professionals who transitioned to remote work bec

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