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.
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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.
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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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