Man with burnout Employees overwork when they’re stressed, or often as a bit of an escape mechanism from their other personal issues. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, and the government’s recent decision to enter into lockdown 3.0, the work-from-home model many companies implemented last year is here to stay – for the time being at least.

Now, while some people may prefer this way of working – having more flexibility to fit their work around other commitments – others may think entirely differently and crave the normality of office life.

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