Researchers find WFH has made us neurotic
Briefly

Back in 2020, the sudden switch to remote working intensified feelings of anxiety and stress for workers with higher levels of neuroticism, potentially exacerbated by a lack of preparedness for the WFH environment.
Managers who closely monitor their team may inadvertently make employees feel less empowered, highlighting the importance of providing substantial support without increasing oversight. Empowering employees leads to increased well-being.
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