Tips on avoiding or dealing with work-from-home ‘burnout’

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NEW YORK —  Working from home has become the norm for many across the United States since the COVID pandemic began.

While there are some perks to remote work, it can also lead to burnout. 

Recruitment expert Jason Wachtel, with the firm JW Michaels, joined the PIX11 News to chat about how working from home can make some employees feel like they’re always “on.”

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