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Make the Most of Working from Home

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Technology increasingly helps us stay connected, whenever and wherever we are. Employees check email on the road and at home, before 8am on Monday and after 5pm on Friday. And as more and more employers realize this fact, working from home at least some of the time is becoming a pleasant reality. Working-from-Home But the benefits go far beyond attending conference calls in your pajamas, as this article from points out. Employers enjoy cost savings when employees work from home, and staff report less stress and more job satisfaction when they have flexible work options. Of course, distractions are always a danger when you’re trying to get things done at home; kids, pets, and other household chores can all interrupt your work flow, making it tough to stay focused.* To cut down on disruptions, your home office space should ideally be distinct from the rest of the home. Even if you don’t have a room you can claim as an office, a dedicated corner with comfortable, ergonomically correct furniture will help keep you efficient and in the ‘working’ mindset. Visit Source to discuss your home office needs, and let us help you create the right space for the job. From computer desks to stand-up desks and simple task chairs to heavy-duty leather chairs, we’ll get you properly equipped. You can even come by in your pajamas. Source Office Furnishings — Making Your Office Work Better! *According to a study by the Department of Informatics at the University of California, Irvine, it takes an average of 23 minutes and 15 seconds to get back to a task after an interruption.

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