As we navigate this strange new Covid-19 world, we want to do what we can to support individuals and businesses to #SurviveAndThrive. In this blog, we’re sharing advice, resources and useful links for people working from home.
The majority of businesses, including ours, are now operating remotely with staff working from home. Whilst some individuals will be seasoned home-workers, for others this will be a new and sometimes difficult way of working. We’ll be sharing how our team are approaching it on social media each day but here’s a round-up of some important tips and some useful links to help reduce isolation, stay productive, and take care of yourself.
Working from home can be a lonely business and it’s important to find ways to stay connected in order to reduce those feelings of isolation. Here are some simple ways to do that:
It’s strange suddenly having to work in a new environment – there are different distractions, an unfamiliar working atmosphere and it can sometimes be a struggle to hit your productive stride. Here are some things you can do to help you keep on track and establish a new working mindset:
As you adjust to a new routine, taking care of yourself is paramount to avoid burnout and reduce stress.
Check out this guide for a more in-depth look at the pros and cons of home-working, how to create a productive workspace and maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
Let us know what you’re doing to stay calm, healthy and productive if you’re working from home or self-isolating – come talk to us on Twitter.
Check out the other blogs in our #SurviveAndThrive series, covering:
We will continue to update each of these posts as more information becomes available and we discover more existing/useful things to share. In the meantime, keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. We look forward to connecting with you. Stay safe and well.