Here are some tips to navigate through these uncertain times and successfully develop an effective routine for productive outcomes.
The Covid-19 continues to keep many of us locked up inside our homes, forcing us to work remotely.
With so much happening in the world right now, many are struggling to be productive and keep up the momentum of their work. Any semblance of normalcy is heartily welcome in current times. But days now tend to blend, if we allow them to. Experts, thus, suggest that keeping a routine – whether an entirely new one or the one before the pandemic – has a crucial role to play in maintaining one’s mental and physical health, provided the routines are healthy.
The pandemic has pushed millions of employees to adapt themselves to working from home, including many who have never done this before. Many of these remote-work arrangements were suddenly implemented, without a proper structure in place, leaving employees and managers alike to wade through a new work reality alongside personal issues and anxieties about the prevailing public health crisis.
As a result, the new set-up has left many workers feeling distracted, demotivated, isolated and stressed out.
Alok Bansal is Managing Director of Visionet Systems Inc. and has 21 years of experience in managing strategy and global BPO operations. He excels in optimizing and leading the growth of financial services companies who are looking to take their mortgage operations to the next level.