We live in an interesting time when more and more people prefer to work remotely, and many companies also see the benefits
of having their employees work remotely.
For some people, remote work is a conscious choice, and someone has switched to remote work due to current circumstances (thanks to pandemic).
Among the advantages for the employees themselves, the following can be noted: they don't spend time commuting, they have flexibility and autonomy, and technologies like video conferencing, various software and cloud services allow them to stay in touch.
But there are also cons of remote work, especially for those who switched to remote work forcibly – it can be a difficult transition for them.
First of all, the distracting factors: on a psychological level if people work in the same place where they sleep, eat, watch TV or spend time with their family - all this can greatly impact on productivity and it is very challenging for a person to concentrate
. The temptation not to keep the working schedule and start procrastinating is very high and people are constantly distracted by making coffee, having a snack, watching a TV-show, etc. And of course, when there are small children at home, sometimes it is simply unrealistic to focus on your tasks.
Still, working from home is a great test of how productive you can be. Yes, many people believe that at home you need to show incredible willpower or the wonders of organizational skills.
In fact, you don't need to do any miracles - just follow a few simple rules that will seriously increase your effectiveness and help you manage your time wisely. We conducted our research, taking useful information from various sources, and in this article, we want to share with you the best tips and tactics that will make you a high-performer at home.