Tag: “Remote Working”

Personal Productivity

Productive home office

5 Home Office Ideas That Will Encourage Your Productivity

Working at home can seem like a wonderful experience. What those who don’t work at home sometimes have trouble understanding is that having a home office also comes with certain challenges. There are no strict office hours as a time limit, no coworkers to turn to for help, and lastly, no one to boost your motivation and productivity. Without external motivators, your productivity level can easily fluctuate and decrease consistently.

Personal Productivity

Parents working from home

How to Be Productive Working from Home as a Parent

The Coronavirus pandemic has swept the globe in ways many people couldn’t even imagine. The illness that has infected more than two million people across the globe has done much more than cause people to get sick. It has impacted the job market as well.

Personal Productivity

Productivity during remote work

Boosting Employee Productivity During Remote Working

Technological advancements have engineered many changes in the labor market; workers are now able to work as freelancers and employers are able to set-up remote teams with little to no hitches. Remote working allows employees the much-needed flexibility to work when they feel most productive without needing to abide by the traditional 9-5 timeline. Employers, on the other hand, are now able to outsource skills overseas, especially talents that aren’t available in their local labor market. Remote working also helps employers to save on overhead costs by eliminating the need for physical offices. Remote working is clearly a good trend for business.

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Starting work from home

No Prep? No Panic! What to Keep in Mind When First Introducing a ‘Work From Home’ Option

It’s no secret that the number of people working from home has risen significantly in recent years. But despite this, remote working isn’t quite as common as we’re often led to believe. The latest US Bureau of Labor figures published in 2019 for the 2017-2018 period show that just 24.8% of the US workforce was noted as working from home during this time. This shows that, while there are certainly advantages to introducing remote working policies, many managers still prefer to have their employees work on-site.

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