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World Coronavirus Dispatch: 80% corp execs in study have poor mental health

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Yuvraj Malik New Delhi
The Covid-19 crisis has forced a vast majority of people, including top executives, to work remotely as governments imposed sweeping measures to curb the spread of the pandemic, putting a strain on physical and mental well-being. A new survey shows, nearly eight out of 10 corporate executives have experienced poor mental health during the coronavirus crisis, prompting a number of them to re-evaluate and improve work-life balance. The survey also found that less than a third of the participants intend to keep working from home primarily, and a quarter of them planned to trim working hours. Read more

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First Published: Sep 28 2020 | 4:43 PM IST

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