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Set goals & break them down into tasks.
(lunches, Friday night drinks etc) with colleagues.
If you find it somewhat difficult to work from
home, check in with other employees & friends
Practical tips to help with WFH:
It may be a dream for some, but working from home (WFH)
has its challenges. It can be difficult away from the social contact,
support, resources & structures of a regular workplace.
W O R K I N G F R O M
Keeping a daily rhythm helps manage the day
productively. Get up each ‘work day’, get
dressed (casual is fine, get out of pyjamas)
& eat breakfast at a regular time.
These ‘new normal’ working conditions may include working around
children, parents & partners. Give each other space. Be kind. Laugh.
And …wash your hands!
which becomes your workplace; if you have
a room or an alcove which is suitable, use it.
If not, allocate an end of the dining table
but stick to that space.
to set up rules about how to reach out, or when
not to disturb you, when you are ‘at work’.
On Team /Skype/Zoom calls use headphones
& mute yourself
when you do not look at work related stuff.
Get out into your backyard or garden every
day for sunlight and fresh air.
to get a clear understanding of what needs
to be completed, deadlines & expectations.
Try to avoid working in bedrooms if you can!
and close down work at the end of your day.
until you speak.
to see what is working for them & their families.
Set a schedule
Define your working hours & stick to them.
Talk to your manager
MICHAEL MCGREGOR, SENIOR PSYCHOLOGIST
Allocate a designated space
Take regular, frequent breaks
Set up virtual meet-ups
Talk to family or housemates
Keep your me-time work-free.
JENNY CLAVIO, DIRECTOR / PRINCIPAL PSYCHOLOGIST
Remember, this new normal is temporary!