Improve your remote working environment
Create a pleasant and productive workspace in your living space.
05 January 2023
Well-being at work
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work has become normalized, and it is also the case within the ctrlweb team. Creating an efficient and pleasant work environment at home is necessary for your well-being. Discover our 5 tips that will help you implement simple yet effective adjustments.
A designated location
It is important to have a workspace separate from areas that are more associated with leisure and relaxation. This way, you optimize your concentration and adopt the right mindset for work. If you don't have a dedicated room, you can use a quiet space away from distractions. Working from a coffee shop or a library is an alternative solution that allows for a change of scenery.
A pleasant environment
Make sure to have a comfortable chair and a table at the right height to avoid sitting in a bad position for long hours. Also, take the time to personalize and decorate your workspace in a way that makes it pleasant and enjoyable for you. Prioritize a well-lit and organized room.
The suitable hardware
You will need the same equipment that you use in your company's offices (functional computer, reliable and fast internet connection, telephone, etc.). The work done at home should be as effective as when you are in your work environment. Don't hesitate to inquire with your management to organize the transfer of equipment.
Schedule your days
It is essential to have an established work routine and organize your days when working from home. Set working hours for yourself and stick to them. Daily tasks should not interfere with your work schedule. It is also important to take regular breaks to relax and recharge.
Interact with your work team
Working from home can be isolating, so make sure to stay in touch with your co-workers. Regularly communicate with your team ; Through video conferencing or phone calls, in order to provide updates on your tasks and ongoing projects. Discuss your challenges and obstacles, but also take the time to have lighter conversations.