Source: freepik Copyright: freepik URL: License: Licensed by JMIR Companies considering remote working in the postpandemic world need to introduce measures to increase physical activity, reduce stress, and improve the diet for employees a new study has recommended. Academics at the University of Derby assessed the habits of 184 workers who had begun working remotely during the first UK lockdown in 2020 to measure the impact of the change to their lives. The team surveyed participants’ living and working conditions to study the relationship between physical and psychosocial well-being and productivity under lockdown conditions, and examined how factors such as gender, employer support, andRead More →