August 21, 2022
Working remotely and its challenges
Remote work may be more common than it used to be according to Mckinsey, of job holders in the United States, 58 percent - The equivalent of 92 million people: 35% of them can work from home full-time, and 23% can do so part-time.
And according to BBC, fifty of the biggest UK employers have said they have no plans to return all staff to the office full-time in the near future. But not all roses so we decided to bring few common remote-work possible problems and how to avoid them: • Time management: Ensure you don't lose yourself with daily distractions (laundry, Cooking, children, etc.) Find a good spot where you can focus, follow your work schedule and use tools like a time tracker to help you stick with it. • Workaholic Mindset - Knowing when to work and to be productive is tremendous but knowing when to stop working is just as important. Unplugging is self-care. Practice it. • Tech Issues: Dealing with tech problems at home can be more stressful once you’re the one who becomes responsible for having it all set and working well.