Twitter is a giant window looking into thousands of home offices right now. If you're working from home, how is your setup?
As we all hunker down to ward off COVID-19, those who can work remotely are finding that going to the office maybe wasn't so bad after all.
Some are choosing to start each day with a virtual commute.
Business casual, who?
Keep in mnid, if you can't reach someone, they may be "at lunch."
Where you set up your workspace matters. Apparently, the kitchen isn't a great idea.
Pro tip: find your angles before the video call starts.
Don't worry if you don't have a proper desk; just about any flat surface will do.
Try to keep clutter to a minimum, even if it snores.
If you get lonely, you can always recruit coworkers from around your own home.
Have had a busy day filling out new starter admin. Pleased to appoint Keith Kettle as Head of Accounts, and Lindsay McPherson as our Senior Relationship Manager. #workingfromhome pic.twitter.com/TdHJwBt3nX— 🧼🦠 Soapephanie 🦠🧼 (@YesMissMurphy) March 17, 2020
Those of us with coworkers are having a hard time with office politics. The concept of personal space is clearly lost on some.
All joking aside, remember why we're working from home and don't be like this guy:
What does your home office setup look like? Are you getting much done as you work from home? Let us know in the comments!