Workforce and Employment

Why companies need to create better work-life balance

'Just because we can be connected to work all the time, doesn’t mean we should be' - professor Anna Cox Image: Unsplash/Van Tay Media

Dave Cook

PhD Researcher, Anthropology, UCL

Anna Rudnicka

Research Fellow, UCL

Joseph Newbold

Lecturer in Human-computer interaction, Northumbria University, Newcastle

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