Working from home in India
- ED Times
COVID-19 has disrupted all domains of our lives. All of us have been stuck in our homes for more than three months now. Owing to the uncertainty and helplessness that we are feeling, our mental health has gone for a toss. One silver lining in the entire fiasco is that we have got the opportunity […]
New Delhi, July 22: The Department of Telecommunication has relaxed norms to facilitate work from home for IT firms till the end of 2020 owing to the novel coronavirus outbreak. In its order, the DoT said, " in the view of
- HuffPost UK
If it's mandatory to wear face coverings in shops, should it be the same for indoor work environments?
- HuffPost UK
For the families I support, the pandemic has added a whole new layer of threat. But it hasn't stopped us being there for those who need us.
Employees working remotely are facing an array of negative emotions such as lack of motivation, sense of isolation and disconnect from the professional space.
The issues though varied, seemed to have a common underlying thread – ‘Space’ or rather the lack of it
If the differences in sleep timing and duration between work days and days off become too large, this can lead to 'social jetlag'.
- The Indian Express
Amid the coronavirus lockdown, as we work from home, there are added pressures of family and household responsibilities, leading to stress and anxiety in some. What are people and organisations doing about it?
With offices, schools, shops, malls and theatres completely shut down, you are naturally required to make adjustments and changes to your life, in accordance with the coming weeks (and hopefully not months). Transitioning to a new way of working, that
Spending the whole day with our families can open up a whole new perspective.