Despite some of the workforce returning to the office, 7 out of 10 U.S. employees report working from home since the Coronavirus outbreak. Moreover, over 65 percent of pandemic remote workers said they wanted to keep working from home moving forward and would even look for a new job if required to return to the office.
It’s no wonder the home office is the preferred corner office for the majority of workers today. With benefits such as flexible hours and the elimination of long commutes, remote working saves valuable time and energy. Employees are 13% more productive when working from home, according to a study conducted by Stanford.
However, with increased self-accountability and distraction just around the corner, a well-functioning and organized home office is necessary for any remote worker.
Here are some valuable tips you can start using today to make the most of your home office space.