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Remote work burnout: The latest from dpa trends – health

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The shift to working from home after the Covid-19 pandemic broke out has been advantageous to many company employees. Others have at least got used to it. But for some, mostly women, it has brought particular physical and emotional stress – and even the risk of job burnout. Experts say it’s possible to take steps to prevent burnout, such as having the right set-up and reaching out to co-workers. However, workers also shouldn’t be afraid to get professional help. This and other topics are among the latest in our health topics at the dpa trends & features desk. Coman Hamilton,dpa trends & featur…

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