Never worked from home? Here's how to set yourself up to succeed.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced the unexpected: work-from-home arrangements in industries that aren’t traditionally done from home. Even employers that were historically against the idea have been forced to come around. And, unlike most work-from-home transitions, these are happening on super-short notice.
Are you prepared to do your job from home? As an on-site worker, you might think working from home is as easy as ditching your commute and logging into Slack on your phone. But in truth, many jobs require a little more planning and creativity if you’re going to do them remotely.
If you’re not prepared, the transition to working from home could cause missed deadlines, a backlog of work, and client complaints. Don’t get caught off guard---here’s how to be ready to work from home at a moment’s notice.
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