Positive societal impact, decreased commute time, and employee satisfaction are a few of the benefits companies and remote workers are feeling as the work from home trend continues. An IBM survey conducted in April 2020 found that 75% of 25,000 adults polled would like the option to work from home occasionally and 54% would like to work from home primarily. But alongside the clear benefits, there are common WFH challenges, like decreased employee productivity and fatigue. Setting up a high-quality work environment at home is key to setting remote workers up for success.
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Pick a space that can preferably be closed off from distractions, has good natural light, and can be dedicated to just work.
Working from home can mean long periods of sitting. For long term health and better mental clarity, improving the ergonomics of a workspace can make a big difference. If you feel better, you’ll work better.
Think about the technology you use when you are working from the company office that makes you productive. Multiple monitors, an external keyboard and mouse, as well as a docking station to connect them all, can vastly improve efficiency.
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