It’s not the where, it’s the why
While the whole world went remote in early 2020, I’ve been doing it for a long time. I was lucky enough to have an employeer who understood the value of remote work so that I could take care of my son (who has some sever health conditions).
Hopefully, I’ll be able to do it for a long time, and share the insights and tips I’ve learned along the way.
Remote work organization strategies
Working at home comes with many benefits, like wearing slippers all day and being your boss, but it’s essential to have an effective organizational plan to make it profitable. These strategies for organizing your workday and environment will help you meet your goals.
12 tips for landing a promotion while working remotely
There are many advantages to working at home, but there’s at least one drawback. Telecommuters are 50% less likely to get promoted, according to a Stanford University study. Other research suggests that this is due to the assumptions your colleagues make when they don’t see you around the office on a regular basis.
How to make the most out of working from home
Working from home is becoming much more common. On the surface, it sounds ideal. You can work in your robe while you talk to your dog. You might even have your favorite movie on in the background. Your boss can’t even track your internet time!
6 ways to set up a home office when you do not have a spare room
Have you found yourself working from home, but where you’ve set up your work center is getting in the way of your normal family activities? If you don’t have a spare room in your home and need to set up a home office, there are a few other areas in your house that you may consider using.
How to deal with isolation when you are working from fome
Working alone sounds great. No one steals the last cup of coffee, and there’s no boss telling you to get to work. There’s one big catch. Remote workers often suffer from isolation. You may have limited opportunities to interact with others. This can become quite uncomfortable after a while. Before you start talking to your plant, take control of the situation.