NEW YORK (Reuters) – Many Americans have found themselves quickly adjusting to new routines, offices and “co-workers” as mass lockdowns keep millions of employees confined to their homes and apartments.
FILE PHOTO: A man works from home amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Shoreline, Washington, U.S., March 23, 2020. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
As part of our #AskReuters Twitter chat series, Reuters invited a group of workplace experts to answer readers’ questions and share their best tips for working from home.
Below are some edited highlights.
What tips do you have for working efficiently, productively and comfortably from home (especially if your new “colleagues” are spouses, kids, roommates or pets)?
“We get interrupted in the office. Home is just another ‘office’ with interruptions. Remove wasted work practices like unproductive meetings. Get clear on what the work is, when it is due, and how success is measured. You are in control of the work; it…