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  • New remote-work pressures fuel a rise in burnout
  • New remote-work pressures fuel a rise in burnout
    Ksenia Chernaya (2020) ©
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New remote-work pressures fuel a rise in burnout

We may be commuting less in 2020 and avoiding stressful IRL meetings, but that doesn’t mean life has gotten easier. In fact, the new pressures that come with working from home have led to an increase in burnout for many, creating opportunities for brands and employers to help people cool off.

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