TJ newsflash: 18 November

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Written by Debbie Carter on 18 November 2021 in News
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This week’s collection of news and research from across the globe

 

Read an in-depth view of hybrid working from Forbes, based on their recent research; a look at the importance of daylight to our mental health from Psychology Today; plus more on the climate crisis, the dearth of talent and some ideas on where to work if WFH is becoming tiresome…

The State of Hybrid Working – Forbes 

While an unemployment crisis may have been averted, the vacancies crisis remains – Sky News

Ten ways to confront the climate crisis without losing hope – The Guardian

You Don’t Have to WFH at Home – Wired 

The Neuroscience of Light Therapy – Psychology Today

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