Remote working has become the standard during these days of quarantine. Many companies have adopted a work from home policy and instructed their employees on how to start working from home. But this transition to work from home has not been the easiest one. Here is how the business switch to remote access during a pandemic.
First and foremost, you need to think about self-organization. When you are in a regular workplace like an office, you have your colleagues working right next to you. You can compare your productivity and achievements with theirs which creates healthy competition and motivates you and your colleagues to work more and better.
Now that you are not in an environment you are used to, you won’t have the same circumstances to drive you forward which can lead to feelings of desperation, exhaustion, and demotivation. This is where self-organization comes in: once you start organizing your day and following a schedule, you will be way more motivated.
At the same time, self-organization is about making sure that your workspace at home is just as organized as your day. You need to find a comfortable desk to work at and get rid of all