Is Working from Home for You?

Questions to Ask Before You Make the Plunge

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Before You Work from Home, Check Yourself

Coffee breaks can be good — they’re different when you work at home. Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels

How much human interaction do you need?

Do you prefer in-person meetings?

Are most of your friends your co-workers?

High-fives are generally virtual when you work from home. Photo by Helena Lopes from Pexels

Do you have strong working relationships with your colleagues/team? Are you able to build relationships without the benefit of in-person connection?

More productive without others? Working from home MAY be for you! Photo by Carl Heyerdahl on Unsplash

What’s your working style?

If you need constant reassurance that you are a valuable and necessary team member, working from home will really challenge your sense of worth (which may spawn personal growth, so…kudos!).

What is your personality type?

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