Our working methods are evolving. Working from home is something that many of us have had to get used to as part of the new normal that came with the year 2020. As businesses consider the future of the “typical” workday, more are opting to offer the option of long-term remote working.
Working from home has been a blessing in terms of avoiding long commutes and, more importantly, remaining safe throughout the pandemic. However, there are some drawbacks to WFH life, such as feeling unmotivated by your makeshift couch-slash-office or being all too tempted to take a quick afternoon nap during that Tuesday afternoon Zoom meeting.