Structure and human connection 'critical' for home workers, FutureBook hears

Structure and human connection 'critical' for home workers, FutureBook hears

Staffers are falling into “dangerous patterns” as a result of working from home during the pandemic, delegates at The Bookseller's Futurebook have heard, as a panel discussing the pitfalls and opportunities of remote working advised prioritising human connection and healthy work-life boundaries to avoid burnout.

Exploring how to navigate enforced remote working during the pandemic were panelists Sara Lloyd, digital and communications director at Pan Macmillan, Anna MacLaren May, HR director at Bonnier Books UK, Rebecca Seal, author of Solo: How to Work Alone and Not Lose Your Mind (Souveni...

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