It’s the most wonderful… and busy, stressful time of the yearrrr! Family get-togethers, school functions, friend’s parties – oh yeah, and that thing called work. While flexibility is one of the best perks of WFH, it can make mastering your work/life balance a bit more difficult to achieve during the holidays. Here are seven tips for WFH during the holidays, so you can leave work (at home) and enjoy this special time with family and friends!
WFH this year and missing celebrating the holidays with your team? While you may not be able to dance the night away at your company’s annual bash (or have one too many cups of spiked punch), you can still bring the team together to join in the festivities and create new traditions. Here are seven fun ways to share in the holiday spirit with your team, even if you’re miles apart.
How many exclamation points are too many exclamation points?!?! A study analyzing 200 exclamations used in a professional discussion group found that women used 73% of the exclamation marks. Why do we, as women, feel the need to communicate like we’re leading the cheer squad at the homecoming game? Why?? :)
Managing a team that works completely remotely can be challenging. It’s totally normal for teams to feel that lack of togetherness they once had. Working remotely just isn’t the same. Here are ways to keep your team in sync and working as a team, from all over the world.
Have you ever gone to bed and woke up the next day, feeling like you never left the office? It’s an unfortunate reality of working from home. Here’s how to make this love/hate relationship with working from home not drive you absolutely insane.
Creating WFH boundaries is necessary to your success, as well as to your sanity. Your time OOO is just as valuable as your time at work.