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September 30, 2021

A STUDY OF WORK FROM HOME AND ITS IMPACT ON HUMAN LIFE DURING PANDEMIC COVID -19

Lucky Mehta

Sr. Lecturer, Trinity Institute of Innovations in Professional Studies, Delhi NCR, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Abstract


In 2019, the novel corona virus emerged from Wuhan, China, and started spreading worldwide and gave rise to severe respiratory illness. With the passage of time the severity of infection rates started increasing at a very faster rate on a global perspective and led many countries to impose lock-down all across the world. And this all caused many industries and organizations to run their business via Work from home (WFH). During pandemic period majority of organizations and industries accomplished their tasks via Work from home (WFH) and that posed a little pressure over people to maintain work life balance. This research paper will focus on impact of work from home on human life. The researcher has used secondary data to collect the information from various existing study material, research articles, papers etc.

Keywords


work from home, work-life-balance, pandemic COVID-19, human life

 

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To cite this article


Lucky Mehta. (2021). A Study of Work from Home and its impact on human life during Pandemic COVID -19. Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies, 4(3), 45-51.

 

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