Working well from home under self-quarantine for coronavirus
Some people may be working from home for the first time due to the coronavirus outbreak. This guide can help the transition feel easier and less isolating.
It’s likely that we’ll be working from home for longer periods of time to help keep us all safe during the coronavirus outbreak. It’s important we recognise how it may affect our mental health and make sure we are taking care of ourselves and our colleagues.
These tips from Mind have been collated by Emma Mamo, the charity’s Head of Workplace Wellbeing. She suggests ways of maintaining a positive work/life balance, ideas on keeping in touch with colleagues, and how to manage new ways of working as a team. She also highlights the importance of, and how they can be adapted to cover working from home for extended periods.
The web page also includes links to more general coronavirus advice, and how it may affect our mental health.
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