The current pandemic has heightened the levels of stress and uncertainty, with a particular emphasis on a pervasive type of stress, technostress, that is created by the use of Information and Communication technologies to work. We will discuss, as stress and uncertainty levels rise, a particularly pervasive type of stress, technostress, created by the use of remote communication and IT to work.
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