Work From Home Tips for Employees
If you're new to the work from home routine, it takes some adjusting to get used to the new change. Working from home is a double-edged sword, while you might be comfortable in your own space, you will find that your routine requires a bit more self-discipline, time management and effort in terms of engagement with your peers.
The transition can be especially difficult for those who have had to make the change from office desk to home office in a matter of days. There are many uncertainties you may encounter during this transition such as learning how to use online tools, access to the right office equipment and building relationships with your colleagues.
Here are a few tips to help you navigate your transition to working from home and prepare you for future change as well.
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The 4 Principles for Staying Connected as a Virtual Team
Companies can see more direct benefits from transitioning to virtual teams. Encouraging employees to work remotely can lower office costs significantly. Furthermore, it opens up a greater availability of talent to draw from by hiring workers based in countries—or even continents—other than that of the one single location.
To help with other companies already working remotely or considering transitioning to virtual teams, here are our four principles for ensuring the success of your virtual team.
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