7 Useful Tips to Help Remote Workers Cope
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Remote work is not a new concept. Data from the US Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that, in 2019, about 3.4% of the U.S. workforce was already taking part in fulltime or partial remote work.
Since the COVID-19 breakout, however, a whopping 88% of organizations around the world made it mandatory or optional for employees to work from home (WFH), according to a survey by Gartner, Inc. This means millions of people who usually traveled to their employers’ workspaces have had to quickly adjust their professional lives in order to work from home. If you are among those who have had to ditch the company cubicle for a home office or cozy corner in your home, it is possible you may feel out of sorts.
If there are kids or other family members around, it can be even more difficult to keep focused and maintain creativity. Yes, remote work does come with its challenges, but there are obvious benefits to look forward to. Not sure how to make the most of it? In this article, you will learn seven remote working tips to help you make a seamless transition from the corporate office to a fruitful WFH experience.
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