As many cities are slowly getting back to normal after the worldwide lockdown, many professionals like us are still working from home. Remote working is not a trend anymore; it’s becoming the new normal.
Remote work will probably be the future of both multinational companies as well as small-scale enterprises and SMEs. According to Global Workplace Analytics, remote workers increase employee productivity, satisfaction levels, and can save a company more than $10,000 annually.
Despite all the perks of working remotely, it comes with an influx of new challenges. According to Buffer’s 2019 State of Remote Work report, the most common problem remote workers have is unplugging after work – an issue 22% of respondents said they experience, followed by loneliness and lack of communication.
We, at Optimizory, have been working remotely way before the COVID outbreak. In this article, we will discuss three most commonly faced challenges by remote workers worldwide, and more importantly- how to overcome these challenges.Continue reading 3 most common challenges of remote working and tools to overcome them