Own your work from home

Are you working from home or considering doing so? While working from home has advantages, it can also be a challenge. Set yourself up for success with these tips.

 

Talk with your supervisor.

Be sure you know what your supervisor wants you to get done each day. If you don’t know, ask.

 

Keep in touch with others.

Maintain contact with your peers, colleagues and/or customers. Check in with them often. Don’t allow yourself to “fall of the radar.”

 

Have a space for work.

A desk or table for your computer and papers is important. Don’t simply use a bed or couch.

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