If the coronavirus pandemic has forced you to work from home like most employees around the world, then you have probably set up some kind of a home office. However, chances are that workspace isn’t comfortable nor practical. This is a common problem for remote employees. Either they don’t have enough free space for a home office in their homes, or don’t have time to design it with comfort and convenience. If you are interested in improving your home office to make it practical, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 5 things to consider when setting up a comfortable home office.Read More
As the trend towards remote work continues to grow, the more people are realizing the benefit of having a separate workspace.
But just having a home office space set up doesn’t automatically mean you’ll be more productive.
For example, you could have a room with a door, but if you have young children or animals at home with you, sound can quickly become an issue.Read More
If you’re among the millions of individuals who now find themselves needing to work from home, you’ve probably put together some kind of work space.
But is it a space that suits your needs?
To avoid injury and to potentially improve your productivity, it’s important to consider creating a workplace that fits with the way we’re designed.Read More
Your job both challenges and inspires you. If you feel anxious or stressed at work, you may decide to use relaxation techniques such as deep breathing or meditation. It may also help to adjust your office space.
New to working from home?
Once you’ve got your chair and your desk – if you’re using one – where you want them, consider the lighting. If you normally work under fluorescent lights you know how tired your eyes can feel at the end of the day.
Even if you’ve been working from home for a while is the lighting as good as it can be?