How to Make Working from Home
Work Better for You
It’s important to start by stressing that there’s no one right or wrong way to establish your work from home practices and environment. What works for some people may not work for others. Some people like utter silence, while others thrive in a buzzing atmosphere. It’s also worth noting that it can take some time to fall into a groove with working from home. If it feels unnatural or awkward at first, don’t be surprised – this is the stage where many prematurely decide working from home isn’t for them.
Small changes can make a significant difference in the quality of your experience though, and any effort you put toward improving that experience is well spent. It’s equally important for employers to grant employees who are new to remote
work a little extra slack as they learn the ropes. As you embark together on this WFH journey, please remember to show some extra patience for technical difficulties, kids or pets in the background, and a little general disarray at first.
It will get better. With that in mind, I’m going to cover a broad range of strategies, tips, and techniques for getting your best work done at home.