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How Shifts in Remote Behavior Affect Employee Well-Being

A study of the effects of remote and hybrid work on employees’ well-being, job capacity, and broader health and work outcomes found that workplace interventions are more effective when they reflect the differences in employees’ preferred working styles and the way they respond to changes in work patterns. By helping remote employees better structure their workdays, leaders can improve their well-being, improve engagement, and maintain (or increase) their output and productivity.

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