As more countries are entering into lockdown mode, Working From Home (WFH) has become a necessity for a vast number of employees.
Startups are affected in different ways by this new paradigm. On the one hand, their employees are keen users of team messaging apps, which can help the transition to remote teamwork.
But WFH in times of pandemics poses a bigger challenge: you need to be able to organize both your personal and professional lives in the same place (at home), and are suddenly cut out from colleagues and friends. Isolation and depression are looming.
At TytchMe, WFH has been our thing for years.
We gathered best practices from our staff as well as around the web to publish a 23-Step Guide to Working From Home.
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