Wake up. Check your email. Put on a business shirt and whatever pants you have lying around — nobody’s going to see them on Zoom. Prepare for another day of not seeing anybody.

It’s a routine that’s become familiar to millions around the world who are suddenly working from home due to coronavirus-spurred lockdowns. The sudden ubiquity of working from home due to coronavirus is expected to have far-reaching effects even after the pandemic passes, as some businesses decide they prefer not to pay for office space, and employees take a pass on commuting.

The article, “The Coming Mental Health Crisis as Remote Working Surges“, which includes an interview from Tom Miller, CEO of Clearforce, highlights the correlation between depression, isolation, and remote work. Read the full article here.