The emerging trend of remote work arrangements allows workers to engage in leisure travel without detachment from work. Remote work trips are not full vacations, but the leisure travel component as a form of active leisure and catalyst of the emotional experiences may force wellbeing. Through a critical review of wellbeing in tourism and management literature, this paper conceptualizes the dimensions of remote work trips that potentially affect wellbeing in a matrix of remote work trips scenarios. The study aims to acknowledge the diversification of remote workers and contexts of trips that distinguish the effects of travel on wellbeing. This research contributes to understanding the eudaimonic wellbeing effect of travel, provides guidance for future research, and benefits practitioners to interpret the remote work trips.
|Title of host publication||The "next normal" of work: How tourism shapes the wellbeing of remote workers|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2022|
|Event||CAUTHE 2022 Conference - Griffith University, Perth, Australia|
Duration: 7 Feb 2022 → 9 Feb 2022
|Conference||CAUTHE 2022 Conference|
|Period||7/02/22 → 9/02/22|