Preliminary recommendations arising from enforced homeworking during the COVID-19 lockdown
In a Nutshell: Issue 107
Working from home can sometimes make it difficult to maintain clear boundaries between work and personal life, making it difficult to achieve a good work–life balance. But this study shows how remote workers can successfully maintain those boundaries, thanks to a range of physical and psychological tactics.
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Melanie Green, Research Adviser
Melanie joined the CIPD in 2017, specialising in learning & development and skills research. Prior to the CIPD, Mel worked as an HR practitioner in a technology organisation, working on a variety of learning and development initiatives, and has previously worked as a researcher in an employee engagement and well-being consultancy.
Melanie holds a master’s degree in Occupational Psychology from University of Surrey, where she conducted research into work–life boundary styles and the effect of this on employee wellbeing and engagement.
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