The ability to work from home has many perks, but has its drawbacks as well. Even though it provides a tremendous amount of flexibility to skip the commute, reduce your carbon footprint, have a more adaptive schedule to care for your family and still remain productive, it can sometimes feel isolating and requires us to be intentional about connecting with one another. It is critical to put in the time and effort to connect among your team members so that you don’t feel isolated or alone when you are missing out on that in-person, human to human interaction.
By leaning into the remote working culture over the past several years, PS has learned a number of practices to make for a successful remote work environment. Here are some helpful resources we wanted to share with you to help you set yourself up for success in your work-zone.
And last but not least, ALWAYS ask for what you need!
Learn more tips for remote work with our 10 Keys to Telecommuting Success:
And about our journey towards embracing a remote work culture: