Working from home continues for many people across the country and it is safe to say it has been adjustment period for many employees to find the right balance of work life and home life. Recent studies have suggested that employers should pay more attention to their staffs concerns but, also recognise that working from home has merged into living at work for some.
There is strong research carried out by the Mental Health Organisation which, indicates that the increase in home working hours is having an important effect on the lifestyle of many people which, in turn is likely to prove damaging to their mental well-being.
Suzanne Hurndall, our Relationship Director suggested that employers should “set fair and realistic work-life boundaries that should be communicated with employees, supervisors, co-workers, partners and family.”
Suzanne has also contributed some of her thoughts on work life balance to People Management publication, To read the full article click here.