Since people are working longer hours at home, Zelis said that in addition to not taking sick days, people are delaying seeing a doctor. Given so, it’s no surprise that 45 percent of those working from home feel guilty taking a sick day. Working from home adds more stress to the matter as sick day stress was found to be higher among people working remotely than those working in-person. By starting the conversation, Zelis added that you’re helping to debunk the perception that taking sick days is wrong. Cathy Cassata is a freelance writer who specializes in stories around health, mental health, medical news, and inspirational people.
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