Procrastination, distractions, an uncomfortable chair you hate sitting in, no decent coffee, and a desk that also doubles as your bed. All of these factors combine to create a home office environment where you get absolutely nothing done.
In remote work, everything is fine; ranging from the ability to sleep a little longer, ending with a flexible schedule allowing you a short trip to Quebec or Alberta, and being in a comfortable atmosphere. I bring to your attention 20 tips from someone working at home to improve the results of your remote work.
Workplace violence has been a problem in the United States for the longest time. There are several factors that could contribute to the level of violence in the workplace, including the fact that the U.S. is the most overworked developed nation in the world. (G.E. 2018) Here are several reasons to support that assertion:
Working from home may seem like a dream come true for many, and we’ve surely all heard stories of how you could accomplish your entire workload from the couch or envisioned ourselves answering emails while lounging by the pool. It’s true that working from home does have some great benefits. Your office can be anywhere, you’ll save money by not commuting, and you can learn to be more independent by setting your own schedule.
Whether you are self employed or working for an organization that has a work from home option, it is very easy to feel like a couch potato while you sit at home all day. The walk from your bedroom to your desk isn't very long and that seems to be the majority of your daily exercise.
The work from home lifestyle does not give the user the ability to be a slob. You can still shower every day along with getting dressed although some people like to do the work from home lifestyle, which in their minds makes them able to be naked while working. Writing was the first work from home job. I studied creative writing in order to have the ultimate work from home job. Working from home doesn’t necessarily mean you can do whatever you want and it is, in fact, a huge responsibility.