In March of 2020, research from NordVPN discovered that as a result of the pandemic, businesses being stretched extremely thin, furlough and the blurring of lines between work and home life due to remote working, the average employee is now working a grand total of two hours more per day than they were before the pandemic struck.
As such, it seems that for the vast majority, the coronavirus pandemic has been a time of increased pressure, stress and working. Yet whilst working longer than allotted hours is a sure-fire way to eventually become burned out, the current period has shed a light on the divide between those who are working extremely hard, and those who have used the decrease in observation and monitoring from leaders to, essentially, slack off.
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