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Can I work from home?

Many people want the opportunity to work from home. It might mean they eliminate a long commute, don’t have to get dressed up each morning, or can save money by eating at home without packing a lunch. With the world bracing for the full impact of COVID-19, many employees are getting the opportunity to work from home. The CDC has recommended that employers start offering work from home options for people that have recently had a fever to prevent disease transmission. In some parts of the world, working from is going to be a requirement. 

Some people thrive under these conditions, other people do not. The list below highlights some of the challenges associated with telework. If you are required to work from home you will need to learn to address these issues, at least in the short-term. In the long run you may decide that remote work is not a beneficial option and you want to return to the office. Jessica Bartow from put together a list of things to think about before you start working remotely.

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