Working from home seems easy. But you don't send an employee home with a computer and ask them to sort it out. It doesn't work that way. There has to be a very clear connection with interaction with the digital world. Your thinking must be combined with movement. You have to be able to make small movements at your workstation. And do you have sufficient shielding from stimuli? So that you don't go beyond your emotional capacity, causing you to develop exhaustion.
Working from home is a very complex undertaking. You have to make sure together that the workplace at home is in order. So check the following:
- Physical workplace is in order;
- Good digital facilities for communicating (mail, access to the server, remote consultation)
- Is the workplace ergonomically correct for you as a unique person?
- Alternate cognitive skills with movement.
- What is the workload?