More and more employees are working from home. Some regularly work a day or a few days from home, while others work from home all the time. Studies have shown that working from home can improve employee productivity, help boost workers’ morale, and even reduce office operating costs because fewer permanent workstations are needed. While it’s true technology has provided us the ability to work from home, what it hasn’t granted us is the ability to separate work and personal lives while working at home. Finishing last-minute tasks becomes much harder when the laundry is calling. Being unable to balance work and leisure activities is often cited as the most difficult aspect of working from home. Creating a mental separation of home and work is necessary when working from home. Typically work-from-homers will actually act as if he or she is at the office when working from home. Meaning no TV’s on during work hours, no mindless scrolling on a phone and absolutely no home-related tasks being done throughout the day. To learn how to create a space that can allow you to work in this manner, read on to the infographic accompanying this post.
How To Create A Home Office That Improves Work/Life Balance this infographic was contributed by Synergy Builders, your premier choice for a kitchen remodeling company