If you’re not used to working away from the office, it can be tricky to make the switch. Our top 10 dos and don’ts will help you adjust
Whether you’re working at home to cut down on your commuting time (and vehicle emissions), create more capacity to care for friends or relatives, or because of social distancing restrictions related to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19), it’s an indisputable fact that a greater proportion of the workforce is working from home than ever.
Working remotely brings with it a number of perks – an uplift in productivity is one of the most often-cited benefits – but loneliness and communication difficulties are real risks.
To make working from home a success, you’ll need some basic guidelines and principles. Here are our key dos and don’ts for successful remote working.
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