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Human Intelligence Inspired
Human Intelligence Inspired

It is almost a year since the world is in the corona pandemic and we faced a lot of difficulties in our life and especially career according to a surrey over 30 million employees got fired because of COVID only in the US.

And work from home has become common in every country. People are getting selected from all over the world to bring the best results. Working from home brings new responsibilities and opportunities to both the employer and the employee. Working from home means you’ll learn to rely on self-motivation, self-discipline, focus, and concentration. On the other hand, we have some difficulties with work from home. As we know that even the best of things come with some disadvantages. Productivity becomes more difficult without a specific structure that comes from a traditional job. The lines between work and home will be very thin when you work remotely. It is not easy to balance office and housework at the same time.Working from home increases the risk of stress remote working can very often present its own form of distractions WE recommend you to follow our tips for a healthy work from home life from home
-Morning Exercise Yep, exercise gets those endorphins flowing which increases happiness enjoyment, and interest levels, all of which are important for productivity. It’s just science. Imagine starting your day with good vibes instead of clutching your latte like a life preserver until 10 a.m. It’s worth a shot. -Office Arrangement No one wants to spend time moving their stuff around each day. You need to find a space with a sole purpose, one that can be used just for work., having a dedicated workstation. Ample natural light is important. Keep your required stuff near your desk. If you don’t have a designated workstation, pack up your work items and put them out of sight until the next day. This will help with keeping shared spaces organized and usable. -Set A Time Every individual is most productive at different times of the day. For example, some individuals are morning people, and they are most productive and focused during the morning hours. For others, their most productive time in the workday is the evenings. -Be Relaxed To divert frustration, try your best to be fully present with the task that you’re currently tackling. If you’re working, focus on that. If you’re spending quality time with your family, put away your phone & try not to think about that deadline. Taking breaks throughout the day is key – get up, move around, do some stretching, take the dog for a walk, or play with your kids. You’ll be more productive in the end. -Time with Colleagues Loneliness, disconnect, and isolation are common problems in remote work life, especially for extroverts. Companies with a remote work culture usually offer ways to socialize It’s important to figure out how much interaction you need to feel connected and included. Even if you’re highly introverted and don’t like socializing, give a few interactive experiences a try so that you’re familiar with them if you ever decide you want them. If you’re not at a company with a strong remote culture, you may need to be more proactive about nurturing relationships.
Source: Multiple sources via google