Nearly 40 percent of respondents to a survey said they felt more productive while working from home, however, there are also negative impacts. Here are some ways to avoid burnout and to adjust to the new WFH normal.
Whether you've been working remotely for a decade (like me!) or are just getting started on your remote working journey, there are ways of making sure it's a delight instead of a total drag. In a recent survey, 77% of respondents reported greater productivity when working remotely compared to working in an office setting.
For some, working from home is a gift - a remarkable opportunity to focus and be hyper-productive, all the while finding time to walk the dog and even exercise in pyjamas. For others - well, the transition isn't quite as seamless.