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Stay Productive While Working From Home During COVID-19

Due to the outbreak, almost every next company is implementing policies regarding working from home to avoid the spread of COVID-19. It is expected from employees to be as productive as they were in the workplace while working from home.  Bear in mind that remote working is not a treat and positively not as productive as working from the office. But there is no need to worry as we are sharing the best tips that will keep you more productive than ever and get your tasks done efficiently.

Make a routine and stick to it

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It is necessary to make a routine while you are computing. Just plan your day like standard workdays. Set up an alarm, wake up early, go to the shower, get dressed, have some breakfast, and start working like you would in the office. If your office timings were 9-5, you should follow the same routine at home.

Create a workspace

It is really wise to set up a workplace at home. It is very tempting to lay on the sofa or sticking to the bed all day, but let’s get real, you still have a job. You must define a place that would be your home office. Instead, it is a simple chair and a table. Put some effort into it and make it office-like.

Stop sitting at one place all-day

Sitting in one place all day is a significant health concern. If you want to be productive, provide some excuse to yourself and pull yourself out of the chair and start walking, or make something for yourself to eat. You can do other house chores while working as it will help you in stretching your legs.

Getting fresh air is necessary

It has been advised by many health experts to reduce physical contact with people, but that doesn’t mean you should confine yourself to your apartment. Slightly open the windows of your rooms and let the fresh air circulate in your house as it will not only freshen you up but will lead you to commute more productively.

Stay in touch with your coworkers

As it is physically impossible for people to get in contact, so it is advised to stay in contact with your fellow coworkers and talk to them, just like you did in the office. It will not only make you happy, but you can also check how everyone is doing.

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