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In 2020, the workforce changed. Employees all around the world shifted from going into office spaces to working from home. Since the shift, the workforce has been surveyed over and over to answer questions on productivity, morale, effectiveness of video conferencing, and more. One report by Flexjobs reported that 51% of employees said they are more productive when working remotely.
How is this possible? The workforce embraced video conferencing and team collaboration platforms. More people started turning on their videos to create connection, and quickly became familiar with tools like screen sharing and file sharing.
Now, companies have started reopening their doors, but it doesn’t seem like working from home is going away. With more remote work employees in the workforce, it’s important to have a space conducive to working from home. A dedicated space helps improve productivity throughout the day and allows for separation of work and home life, even when lines seem blurred. Check out the infographic for tips on creating the best type of space for your home office.