Is Work from Home here to stay? [Must read]

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COVID-19 has shaken the way we work entirely with its effects on human life. Currently, social distancing being the only solution, government has made it mandatory for almost every organisation to work remotely and allow employees to work from home until it (pandemic) clears.


But, somewhere in this lockdown, we can see a win-win situation for both employers and employees. Employees are saving on their commutation and with extra time it is making them deliver more than before.


Also, employers can see an expense cut at office location like no electricity bills. Businesses working at co-working spaces and rented buildings, are being benefited the most.


Due to work from home, a better work-life balance and improved productivity of employees makes it now a choice for crores of working people all over the nation. Flexibility and better learning opportunities provided while staying away from office are some reasons work from home could stay.


What are some pros of working from home?


Less stress

With no need to commute daily morning for the same job you have already lowered more than half of your stress roots.



No distractions

Working from home gives you freedom to work in your comfort way. The environment there is controllable, unlike at office.



Also read: Difference between Work from Home and Work from Office



Other than these benefits of working from home, there are some loopholes. Challenges like load on internet infrastructure might give it a chance of debate.


Well, coronavirus has at-least let us know that work from home can also be a good practice. Whatever is the future outcome, currently is our sole duty to support the MHA guidelines and stay quarantine.


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