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The fatigue of private office workers: teleworking is (a bit) hell

2020-11-30T16:11:56.555Z

TESTIMONIALS - Some companies - especially American ones - have chosen to keep their employees in continuous teleworking since the start of the crisis. For nine months, these teleworkers have been dealing with solitude and virtual professional relationships.



2020 will have introduced teleworking to a good number of French people.

But if most were able to return to their offices between the two periods of confinement, a few have not seen their workplace since the first days of the health crisis.

To read also: Teleworking yes, but not at home!

Nine months of work at home without the possibility of returning to work is not trivial.

Gradually, the wonder of working in pajamas, or from the terrace of a country house gave way to the difficulties inherent in distance.

To read also: “Screenshot” N ° 10: teleworking, a boon for the Gafa?

Prolonged teleworking is difficult for the people to whom it is imposed.

Valentina Urreiztieta, a work psychologist, points out that according to a study conducted by her consultancy firm Emprunte Humaine, 58% of people in prolonged teleworking suffer from “

high psychological distress

”.

By high psychological distress, she means "

the feeling of loss of strength and capacity of psychological resources that I can put in place to face the vagaries of life

".

58% of people in prolonged teleworking suffer from "high psychological distress"

Study of the firm Emprunte Humaine

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Source: lefigaro

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