The COVID-19 pandemic has propelled millions of workers into remote status. But just because employees can do jobs from home doesn’t mean they automatically feel comfortable working from their kitchen table or sofa. Whether the work is done solo or involves family members meandering nearby, remote isn’t always easy. Yet remote employees and freelancers don’t have to navigate working from home (WFH) blindly; instead, they can be proactive about making remote work comfortable and productive for the long haul.
Nearly two-thirds of hiring managers expect an increase in the use of remote work after COVID, according to a