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Are you suffering from digital exhaustion? Microsoft survey finds tensions over remote work

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Productivity paranoia ... bosses and their employees disagree on how productive it is to work from home. Image: Unsplash/Headway

Simon Read
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A chart showing how different generations are more likely to prioritize your health and wellbeing over work.
Health and well-being are much bigger priorities for workers now than before COVID-19. Image: Microsoft

A graphic showing over half of employees are considering going hybrid rather than going back to full-time in person work.
Employers and employees are at odds over remote work. Image: Microsoft

A graphic showing how hybrid work needs new norms.
Many companies are failing to rethink the way they work to meet the needs of a hybrid workforce. Image: Microsoft

A graph showing that work is more flexible, but digital overload is still a risk.
Many remote workers are putting in longer hours. Image: Microsoft

A chart showing respondents with thriving and struggling relationships.
Office relationships are suffering as more people work from home. Image: Microsoft


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