What keeps remote workers from being more productive?
Many people dream of working from home. What could be better than starting your workday comfortably relaxing on the patio in your pajamas or gym clothes with your laptop while drinking a fresh cup of coffee?
But reality is completely different. The quarantine limitations associated with the world-wide coronavirus pandemic has clearly shown this. Working from home isn't for everyone. Office workers who impressed with their capabilities and productivity, broke sales records or successfully led teams are now turning into unproductive cogs in a broken machine at home. The worker's work suffers and therefore the company loses too. Why does this happen and what can you do about it?