We all grow up in a hustling-bustling life. From school to college, and from family to friends, spending half your day out and about in pursuit of acquiring a certain goal is not a routine but a complete lifestyle. So, when it comes to remote work, some of us start to panic, especially those who have already spent a huge part of their work-life committed to in-house roles.
The business sector is going through some strange times right now, and it’s safe to say that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought some unique challenges to the modern workforce. Of course, it is again up to the entrepreneurs and the managers to overcome these trials and enable their teams and companies to actually thrive in the face of adversity. Not only does this mean that entrepreneurs should refine and learn new skills, but it also means that you need to adopt the right technologies to help your remote employees thrive.
I have been a working mom for the last 5 years and one thing that I have realized is, without a few hacks being followed, it’s quite difficult for me to balance my personal as well as professional life. This is because it was very challenging for me to raise a baby keeping the same work efficiency. Sometimes I feel like a superwoman while at the other times a helpless one. But one thing that I have learned is, there are a few tricks or hacks that helped me keep going and my kiddos happy.
COVID-19. No one anticipated all of the ways that it would change our lifestyles, and, more importantly, our work life. With non-essential services closed down, many more of us are working from home.
Remote teams working together in harmony achieve great goals. At some point, in order to assess how the team’s doing, team leaders and managers have to evaluate their performance against the team goals. How is it possible to evaluate a team without any in-person interaction? Managing a remote team is hard, and so is evaluating the work.
Working from home can be a welcome respite from the chaos of the office, except when new distractions await you there. If you’re struggling to get as much done as you’d like when you work from home, try one or more of the following nine tips to increase your productivity.