We spoke to two interior designers and a psychology professor to craft a roundup of tips to keep in mind when designing a dedicated home workspace.
In recent months, millions of people have transitioned from the standard office to the virtual workplace due to the coronavirus pandemic. While some organizations initially adopted remote work policies to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus in the short term, some companies have made long-term commitments to remote work in the years ahead. Needless to say, working from home does come with its own set of challenges. To assist, we’ve compiled a list of tips to keep in mind when designing a productive, dedicated workspace in the era of remote collaboration.
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Talk it over with your household
The coronavirus pandemic has altered the way we work, learn, interact, and more. Aside from businesses, many schools and