Disability Works

Holding Mental Health Conversations with Remote Employees

Remote employees are at risk of social isolation and never unplugging from work which contributes to anxiety. Organizations are developing strategies to help remote workers feel socially connected and are learning how to have mental health conversations.
— By Jeremiah Prince

There is increasing awareness that remote working is not for everyone. People who are socially oriented, have weak self-discipline as far as keeping work hours at an acceptable amount, and have difficulty feeling connected to the organization, despite managers reaching out, are not good candidates for remote working. There are also people who need to work remotely for work-life bala....