By Shawna Armstrong
Many of you are finding yourselves working from home for the first time during this disconcerting Covid-19 quarantine. That may be good news or bad news depending on your personality, your home set-up, your family situation, and your general outlook regarding the pandemic.
For those who have been successfully working remotely, it might be nice to reach out to your newly virtual friends and family to offer your support and best advice. For those who are new to it, you can start with these 5 tips on how to roll with the changes and optimize your focus and structure, while limiting burnout and loneliness. Check it out in the Remote work starter guide for employees: how to adjust to work-from-home by GitLab, one of the first “remote only” businesses and remote work advocates.