In our blog of work from home tips, we outlined some of the ways the employees at Pure Visibility have set up a successful work from home routine by doing things like setting regular hours, creating a dedicated work zone, and taking frequent breaks.
Most of us here at Pure Visibility are parents—it’s one of the reasons we have such a flexible work environment. If your kid is sick or there’s a snow day, working from home is no problem! We’re used to dealing with this challenge semi-regularly. But, suddenly we’re facing a marathon of WFH with kids, without a definite end in sight.
With the spread of COVID-19, many employers are making the shift to a remote workforce. To help, we’ve highlighted some of the top telecommuting software in this post, including helpful insights into the pricing structure.
Whether you’re newly-minted telecommuter or an old pro at this, there are definitely more of us today than a few weeks ago. If you’re working from home for the first time, you may feel a bit disconnected or distracted, and if you’re used to WFH from time to time, you may wonder if you can make it for the long haul. In this post we are sharing our best tips and strategies to help you and your team make the adjustment to WFH and keep business running smoothly.