The media Nearshore Americas reports Daniel Valverde’s opinion.
In March 2020, countries around the world authorized lockdowns to stem the spread of Covid-19. In response, many workplaces decided to apply work-from-home schemes almost immediately to keep businesses open and avoid a severe loss of jobs. Practically overnight, even the most teleworking-reluctant employer or employee was now forced to accept this change.
However, working from home blurs the lines between our working day and our personal time. No longer do people wake up and prepare for the commute by car, bus, or train to the workplace. Employees now have work mail apps installed on their phone to check emails at any time, and frequently receive work-related calls or messages at night, on a Sunday or even when on vacation.
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