Tip #1: Promote a healthy work-life balance amongst employees
For most, working from home was a blessing in disguise. It gave us the opportunity to reflect on the major financial savings we benefited from however, we soon found that it was almost a double ended sword in the sense that it made it more challenging to create the fine line between home life and work. Often, because of the fact that you are at home and don’t need to worry about commuting, you carry on working into the late hours of the night, leaving yourself little time towards the end of the day to enjoy personal relaxation.
No matter how disciplined you are or how good you are at focusing and concentrating, working from home doesn’t quite offer the same sort of experience working in an office does. Due to the lack of available space at home, exposure to other social environments, being unable to relocate to another area that an office offers specifically to cater to individuals requirements, it can result in being counter productive.
So how do you tackle this challenge and create a healthy work balance that helps to refocus your energy and achieve all that you need to?: