An organizational analysis of how managers must understand the mental health impact of teleworking during COVID-19 on employees

@article{Shipman2021AnOA,
  title={An organizational analysis of how managers must understand the mental health impact of teleworking during COVID-19 on employees},
  author={Kristine Elizabeth Shipman and Darrell Norman Burrell and Allison Huff Mac Pherson},
  journal={International Journal of Organizational Analysis},
  year={2021}
}
Purpose The unimagined workplace disturbance caused by the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has made many organizations virtual or telework driven workplaces, often without the infrastructure and systems in place to support employees facing these sudden workplace changes (Burrell, 2020). Many stressors accompanied this transition, to include lack of childcare, home-school responsibilities and layoffs and business closings. These stressors have perpetuated concerns for the job and financial… 

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