Operating from home, we are able to save up to 1.4 business days because we use time more efficiently than in the office, according to the Airtasker survey. The saving in the form of 12 hours a month, however, requires an appropriate organization.
CBRE experts point to six principles that will help you organize your work at home in the best possible way. These include, among others, creating an office space in the apartment, a detailed day plan (including breaks), or performing rituals.
“I would like to emphasize that although we already have sets of good practices, in the current context of epidemiological threat, in which organizations transfer work to the home office for entire teams for more than a day or two a week, we are learning this form of work hot. We will be the topic monitor and share observations,” Małgorzata Niewińska, Head of Workplace Strategy and Change Management at CBRE, said.
Airtasker research shows that unproductive time in the office, which is about 37 minutes, is almost twice as long as when working from home.