Picture: Daily Telegraph/Gaye Gerard
Workers are urged to get out of their trackies and T-shirts and go back to the office for the sake of their health.
While it has been fun to work in pyjamas, have a snack (or wine) cupboard within reach and not deal with crazy drivers in the commute, there are longer lasting benefits to be had from leaving the house and returning to a workplace.
Schiavello Group organisational psychologist Keti Malkoski says there has been a great need to focus on physical health and socially distance this year but there also must be concern for people’s mental health.
“While some people have thrived, others have struggled and will continue to struggle if we do not realise now the potential longer-term social and financial impact of this pandemic,” she says . . . .
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