By DeVry University
November 5, 2021
5 min read
Recent events have brought cultural shifts that have changed both our personal and professional lives. One of the most significant of these changes has been the redefining of our workspace. For many of us, short-term remote work is shifting or has already shifted into a permanent work-from-home structure.
While some of us feel more productive working from home, others may just prefer the ability to spend less time commuting or more time at home with our families. Companies are also realizing that permanent remote work is a viable option for their workforces, as more remote workers mean less overhead costs from running an office.
For those of us transitioning out of the office for good, how do we define our workspaces to maintain our health and well-being? How do we separate our work life from our home life when both are in the same space? Here are our best pieces of advice for smoothly transitioning into permanent remote work.