Returning to Work

As Hong Kong starts to return back to work and a new “normal”, the transition back to previous schedules and a busier pace of life may bring up a range of feelings. For some, this will be a welcomed change. Many will be eager to resume work to reinstate the day-to-day activities that they had lost, including connecting with co-workers in person and not over Zoom. Returning to normalcy also marks an indication of financial gain and job security for some businesses. For others, restrictions being lifted may spark worry and anxiety for a few key reasons: concerns about health – particularly in dense offices, office buildings, meetings, and on public transportation; the transition from flexible, remote work to structured, office work; and the pressure of Hong Kong’s fast-paced, busy lifestyle.

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