The Economic Challenges of Working-From-Home

The Economic Challenges of Working-From-Home

According to Nicholas Bloom –an economist at Stanford University who has thoroughly studied remote working in the past year – at least 42% of the American workforce is now working full-time from home, approximately 33% aren’t working altogether, and the remaining 26% mainly comprise of ‘essential services’ workers who continue to work from their business premises. Source – https://news.stanford.edu/2020/06/29/snapshot-new-working-home-economy/

Human Resources Cost of Stress and Anxiety in Workplace

Workplace stress is not new, but when left unchecked, it could lead to severe health issues and costs to the organization. In today’s blog, we will review the human resources cost of anxiety in the workplace.

Before we dig into the blog, let’s first examine the statistics globally that reveal how costly job stress is for an organization.