Remote Employee Mental Health: Maintaining Your Mental Health as a Remote Employee
Learning & Development,
There are many benefits to working remotely for both workers and companies. Employees experience the comfort and flexibility of working from home, while businesses save money on office space and overhead. But what’s not discussed as often is the downside to remote work: the impact on employee mental health. Many remote workers report feeling lonely and disconnected from their coworkers and bosses. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to actively nurture your mental health while working from home.
What you’ll learn
- Your benefits and the advantages of utilizing Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs).
- The importance of having open communication with your team.
- How to create an effective work-life balance.