COVID-19 has seen us drifting in and out of lockdown for almost a year now, with no clear cut end in sight. But, despite the abundance of stress and challenges the pandemic presents, it has proved the feasibility of remote working.
The virus has forced businesses across sectors to digitally transform in recent times—and many are noticing that people are maintaining or even exceeding productivity levels when working from home.
While this may be the case, working from home doesn’t suit everyone. If you’re working from home for the foreseeable future and you’re struggling to stay motivated, or your wellbeing levels are starting to dwindle, we have a method that might help.