Seminar paper from the year 2022 in the subject Leadership and Human Resources - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,0, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, course: Advanced Topics in Management and Digital Transformation, language: English, abstract: In this systematic literature review, we analysed the impact of remote working on employees' psychological well-being, with the aim to identify essential job and personal resources regarding remote working and to develop recommendations for organizations. A search was undertaken in two databases, Web of Science and Google Scholar. In this review a total of 365 papers were identified and 18 quantitative, seven qualitative and one mixed method studies were included. Workplaces have a major influence on employees' quality of life and the ability to impact their well-being. The altered working conditions resulted from the digitalization are affecting employees' well-being. Additionally, COVID-19 has transformed the approach to the concept of work, and an important aspect that disruptively emerged during the pandemic is remote working. Decisions on how to promote employees' well-being whilst the new work arrangements need to be based on available evidence to optimise employees' outcomes.