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Post-Pandemic: The Working from Home Aspect

Robert Serbanescu ()
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Robert Serbanescu: Member, Romanian Forensic Association, Bucharest, Romania

RAIS Conference Proceedings 2021 from Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Abstract: The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic which hit the world at the beginning of 2020 has forced humanity to implement many changes in a lot of domains. From the simple everyday grocery shop activities to the way one can perform his work for an employer. As a result, life as we know it suffered a series of transformations, both positive and negative. The current paperwork will analyze the consequences raised by the virus in the area represented by the workforce. By this line of approach, we will take into consideration the legal dispositions that had to be adopted and put into practice, the strategy implemented by both companies and institutions in order to protect the health of their employees, alongside the benefits and the negative results derived from these actions. It is certain that moving the work to an individual`s domain has offered him/her an extra amount of time, however the lack of social interaction has left scars on a psychological level. Since one cannot do all the tasks on his own, the work is usually split between team members, but a team cannot be a correct social construct unless social contact is present in real life.

Keywords: post-pandemic; work from home; hollow teams; aftereffects; social skills (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 6 pages
Date: 2021-06
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Published in Proceedings of the 22nd International RAIS Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities, June 20-21, 2021, pages 53-57

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