Many organisations are now asking their employees to work from home to minimise the risk of further spreading the coronavirus.
While some workers are comfortable with the shift, many wonder how to change their routines and what remote working tools they should use.
Thankfully, ONA's Trevor Knoblich has compiled this list of tips and ideas for working from home.
"If you have the space, consider creating certain "zones" in where you always work, or always don’t. That way, when you sit down to work, you know you’re in a spot where you can focus," reads one piece of advice.
"The reverse is true as well: if you want to sit down and read somewhere, you know that’s a spot you can relax. Multiple people on staff reiterated that they never, ever do work in their bedrooms to avoid issues falling asleep at night."
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