Published on October 1, 2020
A Guide To Work-From-Home Best Practices
How to Tackle the Challenges of Work-From-Home
In the wake of COVID-19, millions of people are working remote for the first time. And struggling with it.
To make the transition easier, we’ve pulled together a list of resources we believe will help make the adjustment easier–whether our experience as remote workers is a short stint or becomes a standard practice in the future.
Who are we? A company of 45 employees who went remote in 24-hours without a hitch when San Francisco’s shelter-in-place order came on March 16th. We’re also the subsidiary of Cybozu, a Japanese company of 800+ employees and $1B in market value that also went fully remote on February 24th with similar ease.
We want to share with you what’s worked for us–and how it can work for you.
Video: How To Create a Sustainable Work-From-Home Policy
Many companies are requiring employees to work entirely from home. This sudden change has led to a drastic overhaul of existing processes and policies for a lot of people, as well as the sudden adoption of new short-term solutions such as Slack, Zoom, and other virtual communication tools.
When all the uncertainty of this COVID-19 lockdown has passed, where do all those hours of training go? Remote work is not just a passing trend or a temporary fix. While your team may not want permanent work-from-home roles, they do want more flexibility.
How do we use this experience to reimagine a better workplace for our teams?
Our webinar recording will show you how, with usable advice anyone from upper management to the fresh-faced employee can use to improve their remote work experience.