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Microsoft develops 'virtual commute' for remote workers amid Covid-19

Pandemic-related burnout and difficulty separating work and personal life has become a surprisingly common concern among Microsoft's corporate customers, said Chief Marketing Officer Chris Capossela

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Dina Bass | Bloomberg 



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Microsoft will enable its workplace analytics software to help employers spot and support workers who are at risk of burnout

Millions of employees now commute from their bed to a desk at home. After the initial euphoria of skipping traffic jams and cramped train compartments, a new reality has dawned in which the work day blends into the rest of life, like a never-ending video call. has a solution for this.

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First Published: Thu, September 24 2020. 00:14 IST

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