18 Facts Work at Home Employees Should Know (Part 1)
If you want to join the work-at-home workforce or you’re new to this industry, here are the facts you should never mess:
1. Bad bosses aren’t your mortal enemy, it’s your anxiety. Don’t worry too much in case you encounter a bad boss. Like bosses, you have the right to choose whom you want to work with. There are a lot of job vacancies on your field available online. You can choose your boss. However, you can’t alter yourself. Day by day you have to fight stress, anxiety, and too much excitement that will hinder your efficiency at work. Maintaining focus especially on stressful times is a must to work at home jobs.
2. The time spent working doesn’t determine your dedication at work, the quality and quantity of output does. You can spend the whole day pretending to work when you’re traditionally employed. You may appear to be working hard even if you’re not and still get a whole day salary. It is different when you are working from home. Because your boss can’t see what you’re doing; he or she will assess your work not by the hours you’ve spent working, but by evaluating the quality and quantity of your output. So if you want to maintain your job with your current boss, become consistent in giving your best work. Now if you’re really craving for a “me time, don’t worry. Once you’re done working, you can have all the fun you want.
3. Family ought to help you with everything but NOT with your WORK. It’s good to have family and stay home with them. They will always be with you when you need them. However, seeking help to do your work is a different story. You are the one who should do the job, simply because it is your personal endeavor not theirs. Hence, when you are working from home, don’t rely on your family. You’d only loss the chance to master your field and have a better career. Moreover, sharing your problems at work will only cause unwanted stress for your family. Statistics show that stress at work affects the wellness of families. These where referenced from families with traditionally employed members. Considering you’re bringing the work stress at home, there is a high possibility that your family will be more affected with the pressure at work. Next>>>
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