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Russian psychologists see conflicts between those workers who remained on the remote after the weakening of most introduced because of the coronavirus restrictions, and those who came to the office. This was told head of Department of pedagogy and medical psychology, University of Sechenov Maria Kiselyova, RIA Novosti reported.
“The conflict is growing, because working in the workplace consider themselves great heroes, hoping for some kind of assessment work”, — said the psychologist. She added that if at the beginning of the pandemic office workers had difficulties with the transition to remote work format, now someone wants “breaking rush”, and someone else to sit at home for reasons of precaution.
Kiselyov also told about post-stress disorder, which could face working in the so-called red zone doctors. It can manifest itself in a few months.
Earlier, the Russians gave advice on return to work after exclusion. In particular, to increase the load is gradually, and also to try to distribute it.
In may it became known that the largest Russian companies and industrial enterprises consider the possibility to leave some of their employees to work remotely. In particular, the first Vice-President of “OPORA Russia” Paul Segal believes that the transition to udalenku will allow companies to save between 15 and 35 percent of the budget.
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