Returning to the office will help to address our growing productivity problem - Niki Fuchs

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Published: 9 Mar 2021 9:30

Lockdown has disrupted working norms for many. While working from home has come with some benefits including greater time with loved ones, Niki Fuchs, Managing Director at OSiT would make the case that the home office lacks some important social interactions that can impact our wellbeing, motivation and productivity.

In a comment piece for Engage Employee, Niki outlines those all important elements that make for a happy team and productive office, discussing the work-life balance, mental wellbeing and career progression.

Read Niki's piece here