The idea of working from home doesn’t sound too bad at first, but reality quickly sets in. Working from home is lonely, and the differences can take a real toll on your mental health.
It’s hard to showcase your work and impress your boss from a distance. The good news is that it isn’t impossible. Here are four tips on how to grow in your job while working from home.
Findings from a recent study suggest employers aren’t doing enough to support the mental health and wellbeing of employees working from home. The “Working From Home” study by Wildgoose surveyed employees from 113 companies across the UK.
It can be difficult to manage working from home or being self-employed. There are plenty of distractions to deal with, and no co-workers or managers to keep your self-discipline going.
Many companies around the world have announced they plan to allow employees to work from home permanently
The company surveyed UK workers and found that 69% of them enjoyed working from home and that bosses were concerned that asking them to come back to the office so suddenly would hamper productivity.
The good news is that there is plenty of part-time work from home jobs for retirees – and anyone else looking for part-time remote work.
It’s been quite some time since the global pandemic forced millions of people to work from home. While we never expected things to last this long, the challenges facing people who work from home have become increasingly apparent
This is the right time to expose yourself to more people working in your industry. Take care that you don’t suffer from information overload, however.
The key to being a successful job hunter is to consider finding a job to be, well, your job. You should put as much time into finding a job as you would be working one
The ability to stay focused and come up with innovative solutions is one of the most sought-after skills in the working world. Here are five creativity exercises to keep your mind and creativity sharp while working from home.
It feels like now would be the wrong time to think about advancing your career – most people have been forced to work from home, and many are worried about their job security.