AP Podcast – Episode 133: Josh and Matt talk about working remotely; designating work time, staying social and taking naps
With COVID-19 showing its teeth in the US, many employees have begun working from home. Of course this is great to slow down the spread of the virus, but it has also thrust these employees into situations they may not be equipped to handle.
In this episode, Josh and Matt reveal some best practices for working at home, whether they follow them 100% of the time or not. A few of the tips include to designate a work space, take regular breaks and engage with people socially (but at a distance).
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