With the vast majority of employees forced to telecommute thanks to circuit breaker measures, working from home is now the new normal. If you’ve been struggling to adjust to working from home, you’re not alone. As many as 65 per cent of Singaporeans report difficulty in adjusting to work-from-home arrangements, citing an increase in stress and anxiety level.
It is likely that part of the reason for the difficulties lies in the stark difference between the fully equipped offices we’re used to, and our homes, which are mostly intended for rest and relaxation (unless you have the luxury of space for a study room).
The solution is to set up a proper home office where we can get down and focus on work. Here are eight tips to help you set up a home office without having to embark on a major home improvement project.