As you adapt to performing your job from home, it may take purposeful planning to create a dedicated workspace away from the kitchen table, schedule time for concentration, engage with colleagues and take meaningful breaks to keep you focused. Accomplishing these will help you adjust and provide an environment for productivity.
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