Work from Home: Excuses, Excuses, Excuses

 

About This Episode

For many organizations, working from home has become the solution for keeping employees through the pandemic, and many companies plan to continue with a work-from-home or hybrid schedule. Chances are, you or someone in your household is currently working from home. While working from home may sound good, it requires self-discipline, which is a lifelong learning experience (we aren’t born this way!). This week, Jeff Kahler shares some successful work-from-home practices. He also self-evaluates to see how he measures up!

What are your best work-from-home tips? Email producer@cultureofconvenience.com or leave a comment to share! And don’t forget to enter our “Broke as a Joke” contest by December 3rd.

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