Analyzing the Effects of Distractions While Working from Home on Burnout Complaints and Stress Levels among Office Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic

A.G.M. Bergefurt, Minou Weijs-Perrée, Celine Maris, H.A.J.A. Appel-Meulenbroek

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Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a massive switch from working at the office to working from home fulltime to minimize the spread of the virus. One of the main challenges, while working from home, are workspace distractions that might also affect employees’ mental health. This
study aims to analyze the influence of workspace- and personal characteristics, mediated by workspace distractions at home, on employees’ stress and burnout levels. Results indicate a major influence of workspace distractions on stress levels and disengagement from the job, affected by physical
workspace characteristics.

Conference

Conferencethe 3rd international electronic conference on environmental research and public health
Abbreviated titleECERPH
Period11/01/2125/01/21
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