Working from home

PWC report

Balancing Act: The New Equation in Hybrid Working (Part 1)

The Covid-19 pandemic led to many benefits for workers, one of which is the work-from-home arrangement. As much as it has proven to be cost and time efficient, working remotely has also led to feelings of isolation and burnout for some people as well as issues of visibility for employers. Regardless, the study conducted by …

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looking towards the future

The Great Resignation: 5 Actions Leaders Should Take Now

The world watched as the increase in attrition happened in the U.S. as a result of the pandemic when people needed to work from home. The term ‘The Great Resignation’ was conceived in late 2020 by Professor Anthony Klotz of Texas A&M University. The total recorded number of separations in the U.S has now reached …

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work life balance

3 Rules for Better Work-life Balance

A huge source of employee depression arises from the stress that comes from the “always-on” culture and worrying about one’s reputation. Trying to attend to every “urgent work distraction” can rob us of important life moments which can eventually lead to some guilt feelings. Nevertheless, we can create smart strategies to help us manage our …

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cope with uncertainty

Cope with Uncertainty: Routine, Connection, and Boundaries

Two years into this pandemic, we find ourselves living in a time of economic insecurity, prolonged uncertainty, existential sorrow, isolation, and universal grief. This has produced immense stress for everybody. The constant emphasis on safety and security has for some become a barrier to doing those things that created meaning and joy in our lives.  …

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