Technologically-mediated changes in the workplace are rapidly shifting how individuals and teams conduct their work in the knowledge economy. In recent years, the devastating COVID-19 pandemic has further fueled these workplace trends, pivoting the brick-and-mortar office increasingly into the digital realm. Now, more workers than ever before are engaging in work digitally (Richter, 2020). Recent studies are just beginning to grapple with what this digital workplace means for workers’ well-being and collaborative team work (Faraj, Renno, & Bhardwaj, 2021). While existing research shows that the digitalization of work can enhance workers’ well-being by providing flexibility, it is also seen as a double-edged sword as it may increase pressure for workers to cope with greater levels of stress and uncertainty.



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