According to the research from Harvard Business Review, while working from home, employees often feel compelled to project the appearance of productivity, but☝️ this can lead them to work on tasks that are more immediate instead of more important. And at the same time, employees who feel “on” all the time are at a higher risk of burnout when working from home than if they were going to the office as usual.
Would you like to avoid burnout when working from home?
☑️ Maintain physical and social boundaries.
☑️ Maintain temporal boundaries as much as possible.
☑️ Focus on your most important work.
Or ☑️ call 647-866-9061 and get help in finding your work-life balance.