How to protect mental well-being working from home

A Safety News article.

Working from home has it’s ups and downs – not having to commute to work each day can be a plus, but some workers struggle with missing interaction with teammates, or switching their laptop off at night.

Working from home is becoming increasingly common, meaning that workers are able to adopt a flexible working style whether it is to stay home and take care of a sick child or simply because they don’t have any meetings. Regardless, it’s important that to take steps that help ensure everyone is staying connected and mentally healthy, even from a distance.

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