If you found yourself having to work from home with kids, you are not the only one. Millions of professionals saw themselves forced to replace the cubicle with an improvised work desk at home, most often sharing the living room with restless children and playful pets.
The most frustrating thing is opening an article to find helpful information, and instead reading about some online surveys you can do, or an app you should try for a few cents. I mean, sure you can make a few bucks here and there, but not real, pay-the-bills type of money. You know? The kind that will fund your travels, pay for daycare, or just give you a work from home option.
Hello fellas. How is your ‘work from home going’ so far? Ah, I know that many of you are missing your workstation. Because same! By the way, what’s you take on this newly introduced strategy of work? Are you sure it’s working effectively?
I’ve never worked from home for this long before. It’s been two weeks, and with tons of offices closed indefinitely due to COVID-19, working from home seems to be the norm for a bit longer. It’s been strange not being in an office setting, and that can be a stressful disruption in life. You might be less productive, or unhappy being cooped in the same spot, or feel off your game in general. I’ve had some moments like these, and I’m happy to say I have a few tips to make working from home a little less painful.
Many of us consider getting away from the workplace a vacation. The farther away, the better! So when we’re faced with a pandemic that requires us to work from home, it can initially seem like an enormous luxury.
Modern enterprises are increasingly relying on remote work. Long gone are the days where people had to work in close proximity to one another in order to achieve anything. With the advent of new technologies like the Internet, it has become much easier and more feasible to work from a remote location, away from another part of the team. It can facilitate the perfect balance between personal life aspirations and professional ambitions. It does come with its own problems, though. Remote work means there is no one surveilling and guiding your work but yourself. This makes achieving the aforementioned balance and being truly productive, an endeavor that requires careful planning and discipline. Leaders need to find new ways to unite employees who are apart from each other, new methods for syncing their collective work and for freelancers to govern themselves in accordance with their deadlines. Here are some of the ways to achieve these goals and make the most out of working remotely.