Jul 12, 2021
Almost half of staff care less about their careers since Covid
If you are less focused on climbing the corporate ladder since the coronavirus crisis forced more of us to work from home, you are not alone. Half of people complained that the boundary between work and home had become "Increasingly blurred". "The pandemic may have been a collective experience, but the impact has been fragmented in so many ways, with women especially facing particularly acute stresses from the blurring of lines between home and work," Debbie Bullock, wellbeing lead at Aviva said. The study of more than 2,000 employees of larger companies found that just 14% would favour returning to the office full time, with 15% saying they would prefer to work from home five days a week. Men were more likely to favour a full return to the office, while more women said they would rather work from home full time.
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