In 2020, more people than ever started work from home. And it all happened so fast! Employers and employees didn’t have much time to make a plan and really think about how to properly shift processes, company culture and teams to a digital workspace.
If you’re reading this article, it might mean that you’re new to working from home. Perhaps your company switched to remote work because of the pandemic, or you found a remote job. You’ve probably also noticed that you need to change your habits a little bit if you want to maintain your productivity while working from home.
First of all, you need to figure out how to set boundaries between your personal life and work. When and where can you work so you won’t have to deal with too many distractions? What about office equipment? Professional development? Chatting with coworkers?