Top 10 Do’s & Don’ts Of Working Remotely
As we are mindful of the current circumstance over the globe and as a result of keeping up social distancing due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), it’s an undeniable truth that a larger proportion of the workforce is working from home than ever.
There are a number of cons and pros as well that come with working remotely. There may be an increase in productivity but troubles in communication and loneliness can be a few boundaries.
So, there are a few of my guidelines that you could follow to make your work from home easier and effective which are as specified underneath:-
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I work at Skuad remotely and I think all of this gets covered under the ambit of discipline. Discipline makes the work 10x more easy. You have discipline? no tv. You have discipline? no pyjamas! We at skuad don’t have a lot of discipline problems, at least not me! I think that adds up to the article.
your point is valid. Discipline is a larger entity and the points mentioned above are subsets of that only.
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