The health crisis has had an impact on the change of several practices, in particular the adaptation to teleworking, a new working method totally different from face-to-face work, and which can be positive for some employees to guarantee their well-being. While for others, it can lead to burnout.
Many people neglect to eat their breakfast, so according to Claire Leconte, ‘professor emeritus of educational psychology’, teleworking helps to improve one’s well-being, for example when one is at home, one can take quiet breaks, breakfast time.
Teleworking is a solution to fight against the stress of transport and to arrive late and also to avoid the fatigue that follows a day in face-to-face. However, parents who work at home face challenges such as taking care of their children and working at the same time. Wearing a mask is difficult to bear and especially for hours or even a day. Finally, Teleworking is beneficial for well-being, but when it is done in good condition.
Rikka.S (js) / Le7tv