The at-home benefits
A big benefit of being set-up at home, in a secluded corner of the house, is that it’s completely quiet and free from co-workers. This makes it a great place to concentrate. It’s also free of all those sometime annoying co-worker habits, such as loud telephone calls, noisy chewing, and your lunch going missing from the communal fridge.
But during this time, keep the TV off, Netflix is not your friend during work hours and the fridge is not going to produce more food every time that you open it. Do not panic, your body does need need to eat every five minutes because of a quarantine. Stick to your eating plan and of course, stick to your schedule. Wake up at the same time, instead of sitting in traffic, do some yoga. See it isn’t all bad. Plus you probably don’t have to actually deal with Karen in accounting in person for a while
The coronavirus is going to change the way we do business in the future. Firstly, businesses will have to prioritise office hygiene. And secondly, you’ll find many companies will start to allow more flexibility and working from home as a rule. This is your time to see what you want in a workspace.