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Due to COVID-19, working from home has become a necessity. Though remote work can increase employee productivity and happiness, the rapid adoption of WFH policies around the world has blurred the boundaries between work and personal life. That's why we at ScrumGenius are introducing a new feature — private reports —to help team leads manage and monitor their team's physical and mental health.
Making the adjustment to working from home can be difficult, especially when you’re used to an office setup. Everything from focus issues to feelings of disconnectedness to even physical problems can arise unexpectedly and affect your productivity and health. That’s why we’ve rounded up seven common WFH problems and how to fix them.
Working from home (WFH) has become much more attractive for many due to the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak). Yet remote work is very different from traditional office work, and some may encounter difficulties in making the transition to working from home. To remedy that, here are seven strategies to do your best remote work.
At ScrumGenius, our goal is to help our customers boost their productivity and communication to make your workflow run smoother. That’s why we’re a fan of Zapier, an automation app that helps you connect your everyday apps together to help keep everyone up to date and on task. Here's what our updated integration with Zapier can do for you.