Some of us have become well versed in working from home during the last year. For the most part remote working is a win-win for both employers and employees - better work-life balance and improved productivity are just some of the key benefits.
However, that’s not the case for everyone, the lack of structure, interaction with people - those coffee machine conversations are so much more important than we realised - and support has left some people struggling mentally.
If the thought of remote working is making you anxious then read our tips on ways that you can protect your mental health while working from home.
Lack of structure and routine can leave you feeling overwhelmed and struggling to prioritise your workload. We’ve found that if you approach your day like any other wor