For many employees, remote working has increased the chance of burnout (feeling tired and helpless). In-office interventions and managing workloads will no longer suffice; instead, a combination of empathetic leadership and new digital tools might be the first step.
As this article in Harvard Business Review notes, one US company set up digital forums for employees experiencing particular challenges with remote work (e.g. childcare). Meanwhile, a meta-study of mental health concerns in a military environment found that the biggest cause was a poor relationship with a manager.