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Remote Workers! If You’re Reading This Get Back to Work
February 10th, 2017

Remote Workers! If You’re Reading This Get Back to Work

If you work from home like I do, you understand how hard it can be to stay on task. However, there are ways for remote workers to stay productive.

Summary

If you work from home like I do, you understand how hard it can be to stay on task. Maybe it is because you have children at home or dogs. Or maybe you are catching up on Grey’s Anatomy. However, there is no reason you shouldn’t be getting your work done. Working from home is more of a privilege than it is a right. If you are one of the nearly 40 percent of us who telecommute at least part time then listen up. There are ways for you to be more productive.

Hayley Tsukayama shares here experiences and 10 ways remote workers can improve their productivity in her post found on the Washington Post.

Who Should Read This Article

Teleworkers who want to be more productive in 2017.

What You Will Learn

Readers will learn 10 tricks one remote worker used to be more efficient and get her work done. These tricks include:

  • Creating a separate work space in the home.
  • Setting a work schedule.
  • Continuing to work like you are in an office.
  • Stop working at the end of the day.
  • Taking breaks.
  • And much more.

Take Away

Working from home has its benefits and challenges, but a lack of productivity doesn't need to be one of them.

Read the full article at 10 ways to improve your telework productivity this year

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