Best Practices for Remote Working

As big advocates for remote work, we’ve gathered an extensive list of remote worker best practices. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been at it for a while, here are our best tips for making sure remote work works for you and continues to for the long run.

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Aug 20, 2019
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One of the enticing elements of working remotely is having the freedom to create and tailor your work environment to your individual requirements. This means playing music as loudly as you want and setting the A/C just right, but it’s also about choosing a set up that promotes productivity. Without others around, it’s easy to slip into bad habits or forget to put healthy practices in place.

Set up your workspace for productivity

Setting up a home office doesn’t have to mean a complete remodel of your home. Although, it equally shouldn’t be an afterthought once you’ve thrown out your back from working at the kitchen counter for 3 months.

Depending on your individual work, non-negotiables may include a fast internet connection, an ergonomic chair and desk set up and of course a working computer with all the necessary software.  As being remote requires online communication with the team, noise-cancelling headphones, microphones and webcam capabilities will likely become essential desk accessories too...Read More

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Tim Burgess

Director, Shield GEO Services Ltd

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