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‘Worker’s block’ and the hidden risks of life after lockdown | Financial Times

‘Worker’s block’ and the hidden risks of life after lockdown | Financial Times

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adrenalin had energised locked-down employees at first. Only at the five-week mark did enforced remote working start to breed anxiety... The prospect of ... a bland diet of videocalls and virtual encounters is draining...

It is not hard to achieve commitment ... during a crisis. Doubters’ stock objection ... evaporated under pressure... But ... early solidarity is at risk ... past crises usually presaged periods of employee disengagement, dubbed “work inhibition” or “worker’s block”... a wider group of staff... semi-permanently out of sight ... risk of “bore-out”, or even dropout ...

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