About this episode
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people across the globe changed the way they worked, to comply with social distancing measures. Many people worked from home, and attended meetings virtually using videoconferencing platforms. Dr Eva Straus, Dr Lars Uhlig, Professor Jana Kühnel, and Professor Christian Korunka at the University of Vienna recently carried out a diary-based study exploring the wellbeing, perceived productivity, and professional engagement of remote workers during the pandemic. More
Original Article Reference
This Audio is a summary of the paper ‘Remote workers’ well-being, perceived productivity, and engagement: which resources should HRM improve during COVID-19? A longitudinal diary study’, in The International Journal of Human Resource Management, doi.org/10.1080/09585192.2022.2075235
For further information, you can connect with Dr Eva Straus at [email protected]
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