Work From Home Is Likely To Continue
The percentage of surveyed business leaders who say they plan to give employees the following options as workplaces reopen
Source: Remote Work Is Here to Stay. Bosses Better Adjust, The Wall Street Journal, 8/2/20
Have you ever felt like one day blends into the next and there’s not much definition between them? Or that the months are flying by and you feel like you’re stuck in a scene from Groundhog Day? Or you can’t seem to escape from work, because it’s sitting on your dining table 24-7? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then welcome to the new remote reality.
Schedules are odd, days either fly by or take forever, and interruptions that you never dreamed of seem to spring up out of everywhere. (Who knew that your long-standing yard maintenance crew made so much noise at noon on Wednesdays?)
Finding, or Better Yet, CREATING Structure in Your Days and Habits Has Never Been More Important
If anyone had told you in January that you and your colleagues would be working from home full-time by March, you probably would’ve laughed. It’s amazing how nimbly we made this transition in a very short period of time. However, because we are trying to adjust, balance work and life, and still deliver excellent client service, chances are that if any part of the equation has been ignored, it’s ourselves.
How to Create a Work Environment That’s Productive, Yet Balanced