Avoid Burnout When Working From Home
11 May 2020

7 Tips to Avoid Burnout When Working From Home

11 May 2020,

When you work from home, the line between personal life and work can start to blur. This can cause you to work too much or experience too much pressure. What follows then is burnout. 


Burnout occurs when one person feels too overwhelmed or emotionally and mentally drained either from working or studying. It’s a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress, and believe it or not, it’s a frequent issue when working from home


When you work from home, it can seem like you’re always “on” and ready for work that you don’t notice when it’s starting to get overwhelming. You need to watch yourself and take care of yourself. Here are several tips to help you avoid burnout when working from home:


Stick to your schedule

The easiest way yet also one of the most important ways to avoid

avoiding loneliness when working from home
24 April 2020

10 Tips to Avoid Loneliness When Working From Home

24 April 2020,

Working from home is usually favorable since it’s beneficial to employees in a lot of ways. However, working from home for too long can affect your mental health negatively. If you’ve been working from home for quite some time now due to a global health issue or you’ve been working remotely for a few years now, you might start to feel isolated and you’ll be prone to loneliness. 


You have to think about your mental health. Here are 10 tips to help you avoid loneliness when working from home:



1. Make plans after work


Working from home might feel like you’re always on and ready for work. Pay attention to your personal life, too. Make sure you have plans after work, so you can focus on your personal endeavors. Cook for your family, read a book, paint. Whatever it is, it can help improve your

setting up home office checklist
17 April 2020

Checklist: Is Your Business Ready for Work From Home?

17 April 2020,

Shifting your business into a work from home setup is not that easy, especially if you’re a large group, and especially if it’s abrupt due to a health crisis. If it’s something as serious as a pandemic, you need to be prepared as much as possible. What you can do is make sure that everyone in your business is ready for the new change and implement it as viable for the long term. Here is a helpful checklist that will help you assess if your business is ready for the work from home setup!


The equipment

Start with the main equipment. Here are some of the equipment you will need to work from home:


✓ Computer/Laptop. To be able to work from home, you’re going to need a computer. If not computers, laptops will do. This should be able to let you continue your work properly. 

✓ Headphones.

work life balance
9 April 2020

Improving Your Work-Life Balance When Working From Home

9 April 2020,

Working from home can result in quite a distinct change in your usual work agenda, especially if this is your first time with this kind of setup. You may find yourself one day when both your work and your personal life are so meshed together. You need to avoid this, and maintain a work-life balance that will help you successfully manage both your career and your personal life. 


How can you improve work-life balance?

Having a good work-life balance can result in better productivity, less stress levels, less possibility of burnouts, and altogether a positive impact on your mind and body. You can achieve this while you work from home. 

Here are a few tips that will help you: 


Get ready for work in the same way

Remote working means more flexibility for you. There’s no need to rush into the bathroom, get ready, and drive or

employee working remotely
24 March 2020

5 Ways to Prepare Your Employees to Work Remotely

24 March 2020,

Many businesses are now turning to remote work setups as various threats take over the health and safety of workers. Whether it be because of common flu in the workplace, lack of office space, hazardous conditions, or even a deadly pandemic, remote work can make it convenient for you and your team. However, before you transition everyone into a remote setup, you have to determine both their needs and the organization’s to properly function.


1. Create an initial plan or groundwork

Getting your employees to work remotely from their homes will be a challenge. You won’t be able to achieve this overnight if you don’t have an initial plan or groundwork.

First, make sure if it’s possible for your employees to work from home. Do they have the basic equipment such as a laptop and a stable internet connection? Are they willing to work from home? You also need

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