Review of scientific research on how work-related factors – including digital work – affect mental wellbeing
In a Nutshell: Issue 110
This study explored the impact of the mass shift to home working that was prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It found employees’ new work set-up contributed to enhanced productivity, creativity and job satisfaction. But it also identified a number of factors that can enhance or diminish the impact.
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Jake Young, Research Associate
Jake joined the CIPD in 2018, having completed a master’s degree in Social Science Research Methods at the University of Nottingham. He also holds an undergraduate degree in Criminology and Sociology.
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