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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

New study highlights the major plus-points of WFH

2024-03-04 09:58

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New study highlights the major plus-points of WFH

Working from home allows people to eat more healthily, feel less stressed and have lower blood pressure...

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Working from home allows people to eat more healthily, feel less stressed and have lower blood pressure, according to a large-scale review of academic literature on post-pandemic workplaces.

 

Yet remote workers are also more likely to eat snacks, drink more, smoke more and put on weight, the study found. And employers who believe that people working from home are lazy should think again – they are less likely to take time off sick, tend to work longer hours and to work evenings and weekends.

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