5 ways leaders and managers can promote work from home wellbeing

Many tout the concept of working from home as a means to boost overall productivity and wellbeing, and for good reason. It permits greater flexibility around family and personal commitments, allows you to work in a comfortable space, and reduces the stress of commuting time and its associated expense.

However it’s essential to bear in mind that this working from home is only beneficial if undertaken correctly, and remote work can negatively impact mental health and physical wellbeing instead of promoting it, depending on the individual and the structures put in place.

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