Remote work, or working from home, has been on the rise for the past few years, but it experienced a significant increase due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Create a designated workspace that is free from distractions and allows you to focus on work.
Set clear boundaries between work and personal life. Create a schedule, communicate your availability to your team.
Communication is key in remote work. Use video conferencing, instant messaging.
Build relationships with your colleagues by engaging in virtual coffee chats, attending virtual team-building events, and collaborating on projects.
Working remotely can blur the line between work and personal life, so it's important to prioritize self-care.
Remote work offers flexibility, so take advantage of it by adjusting your schedule to meet your personal and professional needs.
Use calendars, to-do lists, and project management tools to stay organized and on top of your tasks.
Stay motivated by setting clear goals, rewarding yourself for accomplishments.
Remote work can make it difficult to receive feedback, so be proactive in seeking feedback.
Remote work offers many learning opportunities, such as attending virtual conferences.
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