No early morning hassle, no irritating co-workers hanging on head or hustling while travelling in the metro. Remote working has made lives so comfortable. Hasn’t it? Or does it come with its own struggles?
Today, when you ask an employee or an employer, after working almost 7 months from home and continuing to do so, you will find them asking to be back at work.
When you ask a remote worker you will find out things are not all bright colours. A recent report from the United Nations International Labour Organization revealed that while employees are more productive while working from home, they’re prone to working log hours and stress.
After interviewing and coming across dozens of employees and their remote working challenges, We at Invoicera customized our workflow to help our staff balance their work and life better.
One reason numerous managers don’t endorse remote work is they dread executives will relax without that physical, in-person oversight. In any case, actually, the reverse will, in general, be the truth: remote workers are bound to exhaust. At the point when your own life and your work are both under a similar rooftop, it’s harder to turn off.
Here at Invoicera, we’re currently 100% remote working. A few colleagues struggle making sure to take breaks, halting work at a sensible time, and in any event, realizing when is a sensible opportunity to stop.
You may need to deceive yourself to take breaks and set a clear beginning and end times. Else, you hazard burnout. A couple of things that can help: