While some might think from the outside that remote work is the greatest thing since sliced bread, there are some actual downsides to having little separation from home and work environments. First off, it’s really tempting to hang around in sweatpants and watch shows throughout the day. If you have a lack of accountability, you might find yourself doing a bunch of household chores instead of work. Some people work better with a more rigid schedule and clear separation between work and personal life.
Offices also must try to adapt to a new normal and one big issue is having a safe space with limited capacity of people in the office at a time. One way to overcome this is to have a hybrid workplace – some people working remotely and others in the office part of the time on a more staggered schedule.
Let’s learn to embrace the hybrid workplace in the following visual deep dive below: