Ensure Your Work from Home Stays Productive
From the right home office setup to effective communication and avoiding work from home burnout, getting started with remote work can be an adjustment for both you and your family.
With COVID-19 forcing massive disruption in the workplace as millions of professionals transition to remote work, amidst the added pressures of homeschooling and childcare, adaptability is more essential than ever. As a leader in innovative online educational delivery, Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE) is well versed in using virtual platforms to collaborate across teams and have long recognized the benefits of working from home.
Whether you are new to this concept or have been working remotely for years, here are a few suggestions from the experts at GTPE on how you can ensure your efforts are successful.
Tips for Remote Workers
Working from home effectively hinges on a disciplined awareness of the remote experience, exceptional communication habits, and a willingness to embrace technology. The staff at Georgia Tech Professional Education are well verse in working remotely and share their tips and best practices to ensure your transition is successful.