Remote Work: Job Satisfaction and Healthy Work Boundaries
|dc.description.abstract||This paper addresses mass remote work as a growing organizational structure. COVID-19 initiated the movement for organizations to have employees work from home, and as workplaces are beginning to reopen, remote work is continuing to grow. The remote work presents many challenges that organizations were not prepared to address when initially moving online. While these challenges are being addressed and evaluated, organizations are not standardized in the structure of remote work and are continuing to perfect the method. This paper analyzes how mental health, job satisfaction, and long-term effects of continued mass remote work. The process of mass remote work is still being developed. There are still many areas that need to be improved to maximize the efficiency of this organizational structure. Mental health is directly linked to job satisfaction and productivity. Remote work limits communication and creates a barrier for workplace relationships, increasing social isolation and stress.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Mental health, boundaries, job satisfaction, communication||en_US|
|dc.title||Remote Work: Job Satisfaction and Healthy Work Boundaries||en_US|
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