How are you adapting to working from home? We’re not used to it either. But even through these uncertain events, we are doing our best to work efficiently and purposefully for our candidates, clients, and team members. We’ve all had our fair share of struggles when it comes to working efficiently from home. Team CSI shares practical work from home strategies for getting work done and getting it done well.
Paul Aragones has been successfully working remote for over a year as a recruiting lead with CSI Tech. Here’s what he has to say about making working from home work for you.
If you have trouble staying accountable or motivated, reach out to someone who can help.
My patio has become my new home office. I love the sunshine and it is much less noisy outside than in my house with two kids and a barking dog.– Brandy Kerby, CSI Professional President
CSI Tech’s Melanie Kalil reminds us of the value of communication.
If you don’t have what you need. You are struggling, have a question, no matter how big or little. You must be willing to reach out to your manager. No one knows unless you reach out.
There is no method that works the same for everyone. Maybe you work better outside on a lounge chair or sitting at your kitchen table. I personally have had to move from sitting locked in an office. There is no correct way of doing it. Just find what works best for you and makes you the most productive.
Working from home gives you the opportunity to run your business. You are in charge.
At the end of the day you are the one that needs to hold yourself accountable to make those calls and be productive. Think of it as your business and if your activity is going to keep the doors open.
In order to take care of our families, our jobs, our clients, our candidates, and our company… we must do our part!
It remains important to ADD value every day.– Larry Mims, CSI Financial President