More and more employees are working from home. Some regularly work a day or a few days from home, while others work from home all the time. Studies have shown that working from home can improve employee productivity, help boost workers’ morale, and even reduce office operating costs because fewer permanent workstations are needed. Many considerations go into working from home. You need a steady Internet connection, monitors and PCs, printers, phones and perhaps other equipment to do your job. Despite the availability of this technology, however, employees tend to struggle when it comes to separating their work and personal lives while working at home. The office is right there, so why not finish up some last-minute tasks? The laundry is calling, so why not throw in a load during work? The importance of keeping your work and home lives separate when your office is in your home should not be understated. Creating and sustaining two lives in one physical environment is not that easy, but it is possible. For more information on the considerations or changes that can be made to your home workspace to make it more accommodating, please read on to the infographic supported alongside this post.
How To Create A Home Office That Improves Work/Life Balance this infographic was contributed by Synergy Builders, the company to call when considering adding a sunroom to your house