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HomeBlogHow to Successfully Work From Home?

How to Successfully Work From Home?

By: Medix Team
How to Successfully Work From Home?

As health systems around the world fight tirelessly against COVID-19 and governments try to contain the virus and stop its spread, we see many employers and companies who encourage employees to work from home instead of coming to the workplace.

 

At Medix, our offices remain open and we have implemented robust business continuity and safety measures to ensure that our colleagues have a safe working environment while also being able to support our customers in a seamless manner.

 

Nevertheless, we recognise that working from home does have advantages but also brings upon various challenges to an employee who is experiencing Work From Home (WFH) for the first time. Here are a few tips to help you through this challenging transition:

  1. Take care of logistics – make sure you have the equipment and technical support you need for working from home. Gain remote access to systems, make sure you have all essential files and notes with you or can access them remotely.
  2. Create your own workspace at home – free from house chores and other distractions. Our mind creates associations between spaces and actions, so it would be easier to work at home once your mind associates a certain space with work. This is why it is advised not to work in bed as we don’t want our mind to mistake the bedroom as a place for work.
  3. Don’t change your morning routine – wash up, get dressed, have breakfast and when ready, start working at your designated work area. This will help ensure that you maintain a routine and structure which also helps separate between work and leisure time.
  4. Manage your time wisely - Create deadlines for tasks and goals for each day. Try using time management apps or even a simple calendar to help you keep focus and manage your schedule wisely.
  5. Working with kids – perhaps the most challenging part of working remotely nowadays is doing so with your kids being home as well. Try not to sit in common areas and explain to your children that even though you are home, you are working and can’t be as available as usual.  
  6. Keep active – this is true for regular workdays, but especially when working from home. Get up, move your body, take small and frequent breaks from the computer screen. This will also help reduce some of the stress associated with being alone.
  7. Be social – don’t lose touch with your colleagues. Social life at the workplace is important and helps connect you with the company and the work you do. Even while at home, try to maintain regular communication with other co-workers, call them or send a message on WhatsApp and other apps or leverage various collaborative digital tools to work together on various tasks.
  8. Be realistic – work processes can become slower for all parties involved, so don’t get frustrated if things take a little longer than usual. Be patient with your Boss and co-workers during this time. They’re probably experiencing the same challenges that you are.

 

And remember, as difficult as this time may be, it will pass. Think of this as a chance to get to know a different side of yourself as an employee, recognise your strong suites and reflect on what you can improve. Try to keep positive and try to enjoy some of the perks that come with working from home, it’s not that bad after all.



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