Workers Resisting the Office Grind Are Suddenly Lonely at Home

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BNN Bloomberg

Jan-Emmanuel De Neve, professor of economics and behavioral science at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, co-authored a 2019 study that showed that happy workers are more productive. Today he is concerned that too much working from home can have the opposite effect. “Your social capital, your intellectual capital, your sense of belonging are undermined over time,” while working remotely, he said. “The negatives of working from home only really creep up after a while.”

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