Working from home comes with both benefits and challenges. But your office space shouldn’t be the reason for lack of productivity.
With more remote work employees in the workforce, it’s important to have a space conducive to take calls, host meetings or screen sharing sessions, and get work done. Having a dedicated space to work helps improve productivity throughout the day and allows for separation of work and home life, even when lines seem blurred.
Choosing your dedicated space is important, but setting it up for long term use is important as well. Here are a few tips for creating a home office that will help you work better, and more comfortably for months, and years to come.
While some companies have started reopening their doors, statistics are showing that many employees have been just as, if not more, productive while working from home. In fact, a Buffer study shows that 99% of current remote workers would like to continue doing so to some extent.
It’s likely that remote work will continue to be an integral part of the future of work. This is why it’s important to set your office space up correctly now, and reap the benefits of a nice home office for years to come.
Dennis Relojo-Howell is the managing director of Psychreg.
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