Quick ways to combat stress from remote work

Running on empty, whether from work, lifestyle or a combination of the two, can lead to more burnout. Valley News/Metro photo
TEMECULA – While the shift to remote or flexible work has generally been viewed as a positive, it also presents fresh obstacles. According to Inc.’s write-up on HR challenges, 80% of HR professionals reported an increase in employee burnout in the past year, with 37% citing a major increase. Factors behind this increase include struggles with remote work, lack of work-life boundaries and plain old exhaustion. Although 62% of companies have introduced benefits to help reduce stress, more than a third of respondents’ companies have yet to take any steps in addressing burnout.Many individuals do know that they can decrease stress by eating right and exercising but pursuing a healthy lifestyle can also contribute to an employee being exhausted by the end of the day. In the article
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