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    Why you still need to clean your office space after the pros are done disinfecting it

    Back at work? Here’s how to improve your odds of having a virus-free environment in the office – because yes, there’s a difference between ...
  2. Home schooling typically adds to the mother's working day, not the father's

    Women bear the brunt of COVID-19 fallout in workplace

    The reverberating economic shock of the coronavirus crisis has delivered a massive setback for women because so many work in the badly exposed ...
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    Commentary: Tired of staring at screens? Here’s how to avoid tech overload while stuck at home

    Reduced screen time sharpens our concentration and allows us to complete tasks more efficiently, say observers.
  4. FILE -- An overview of Manly Beach in Sydney, April 5, 2020. Countries are rebuilding relationships

    COVID-19: What will it take to reopen the world to travel?

    How do countries bring back visitors without importing another burst of uncontrolled contagion? The calculations of risk and reward vary from ...
  5. Tips on how to stay positive and engaged while working from home

    4 expert tips on how to stay positive and engaged while working from home

    Whether you like it or not, working from home is now a reality and is likely to stick around for some time. A positive psychology expert shares ...
  6. Screen time smartphone iPad laptop

    Commentary: We’ve grown closer to co-workers during the coronavirus pandemic

    In a world supported by technology, people still long for personal, human contact, says an observer.
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    Disruption 101: How COVID-19 is revolutionising work

    As companies around the world make the leap to embrace digital transformation and remote working amidst a worsening COVID-19 outbreak, we break ...
  8. Office building

    Commentary: COVID-19 – Empty buildings and water sitting in plumbing can give rise to waterborne diseases

    COVID-19 stay-at-home orders may increase the chance of harmful water exposure when people return to offices, say observers.