The loneliness of the long Covid employee

Tens of millions of people worldwide are believed to be suffering from long Covid, experiencing symptoms lasting for more than four weeks after they had Covid-19. Host Isabel Berwick speaks to Jana Javornik, associate professor of employment relations at the University of Leeds, about how she’s juggling her workload with long Covid symptoms, and Sarah Neville, the FT’s global health editor, explains why workplaces have been reluctant to address the issue.
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Presented by Isabel Berwick. Editorial direction from Manuela Saragosa. Produced by Novel.
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This story originally appeared on: Financial Times - Author:Tax Cognition