John Paul Mendocha notes that before the Coronavirus hit, 5.2 percent of US employees reported telecommuting most of the time, while 43 percent worked from home at least some of the time. Now, with these uncharted waters, that figure has skyrocketed globally.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced millions of Americans to work from home. But when it’s all over, many people could be thinking the trip from the kitchen to the living room may not be such a bad commute. That being said, how will people adjust to being FT remote workers?
· What are some ways to stay on top of your game at home?
· How can you communicate clearly while working remotely?
· Is Zoom the #1 choice for remote communication?
· Will Zoom change the way we communicate in the future?
Be sure to check out John’s new book, “Remote Work for a Better World,” where he shares all the secrets to working remotely and how to make sure you’re productive even when you’re not in the office.