As a remote worker, it’s up to you to be just as motivated and focused as you would be in an on-site workplace. That success factor can hinge on a solid work-from-home routine.
Working from home can have a positive impact on your mental and physical health. According to Gallup, remote workers reported better overall well-being and higher engagement than employees working in the office. Remote work offers benefits for employees, including:
Although there are many pros, being a productive remote worker does come with responsibility. Consider the following tips to establish your work-from-home routine:
If you’re feeling burnt out or often distracted, talk to your supervisor or manager about how they can help.
Hybrid work environments have become popular due to the pandemic. If you’re new to a hybrid schedule, having a combination of in-office and remote work can help you retain some flexibility. Still, it can also be difficult and stressful to navigate.
87% of employees want to work from home at least one day of the week, according to the Pulse of the American Worker Survey. Furthermore, 68% of American workers say that hybrid work is the ideal model.
Whether you’re already working a hybrid schedule or it’s potentially on the horizon for your workplace, it’s important to establish a routine that fits you. Consider these tips for working a hybrid schedule:
Managing a hybrid schedule doesn’t have to be challenging, but it can require self-discipline and organization to be prepared for the workday.
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