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Countering Isolation at Work

Saturday, October 29, 2016 1:24
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Ever more people work at home. And many of them appreciate the fewer distractions, no time-wasting commute, and not having to get into a work get-up every day.

But some of my clients who work alone feel isolated. Fortunately, there are mitigators. Frankly, most of these suggestions are just common sense but a number of my clients told me they hadn’t thought of them, so I figure it’s worth a blog post. Of course, this is an incomplete list but if nothing appeals, maybe it will trigger your own ideas. 

It’s my PsychologyToday.com article today.

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