Is Remote Working Taking its Toll on Employees?

Debra Moritz • 5/13/2021
Organizations must pivot to meet the demands of a changing workplace ecosystem.

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While remote work has solidified its place in a post-pandemic economy, it unfortunately comes with downsides to employees’ long-term mental and physical health. Remote working’s isolation, longer hours, poor home office setups, sitting for prolonged periods and blurred lines between home and office are taking a toll.

Edge Vol 6 Remote Working (image)To mitigate these negative impacts, organizations must rethink their workplace strategies, doubling down on employee wellness and enabling their people to do their best work, both in and outside of the office.

This article addresses:

  • Why it’s critical to ensure a healthy workplace both in and out of the office
  • How CRE must evolve to meet the changing needs of employees
  • Through our Experience per Square Foot™ survey we asked more than 20,000 people from 18 companies globally why they want to come back into their office – hear what they said.

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