New Project To Fight Remote Work Burnout

remote work burnout

After two years of uncertainties and lockdowns, most people experienced remote work burnout. As a result, a Franco-American Serge Lescouarnec launches the new project Mediterranean Work & Play. 

According to the mental wellbeing platform Modern Health, COVID-19 had a huge impact on people’s mental health. In June 2020, 47% of respondents never experienced so much stress before the pandemic. In addition, over 58% of people don’t think this pandemic will end, and 34% see a negative impact on income and career. 

Finally, the report Shifting Tides: A Report on the Changing Attitudes About Mental Health Care and the Workplace (Sept. 2021) shows other concerning data. Indeed, the survey found 87% of remote work hoping in company mental health measures. And only 66% felt supported by remote work burnout measures.

So, Franco-American entrepreneur Serge Lescouarnec launches a new project to support remote workers worldwide. So, Mediterranean Work & Play provides relaxing gites, hiking, and wine tours across Perpignan and Carcassonne. The properties are spacious, including space for families and friends. 

People can stay from 30 to 90 to deal with their remote work burnout. The project targets explicitly American and New York companies, using the Mediterranean style of life to suggest a better work-life balance. 

This project focuses on remote work burnout as a concrete issue, unlike retreats for digital nomads. After two years of the pandemic, people need alternative solutions to maintain a better balance with family and work. 


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