From the start of the pandemic, people have had to adopt entirely new ways of working while navigating blurred lines between their work and home lives.
I marvel at the way workers have met this challenge. Almost overnight, people’s living rooms, kitchens and garages have been mobilized to keep the global economy in motion. Without this effort, the economic damage of the pandemic would have been unimaginable.
Counting the Cost
However, the home-working revolution has not come without cost. Six months into the crisis, it’s clear that working from home has presented an extraordinary set of pressures, particularly for