Poll results: What’s your biggest struggle working remotely?
Here are the results of the poll in Newsletter #4
What’s your biggest struggle working remotely?
14,7% (Distractions from kids, chores and the fridge)
26,1% (Staying motivated)
18,2% (Struggling with communication and collaboration)
16,7% (Isolation and Loneliness)
24,3% (Work-life balance, having trouble to unplug)
Total votes: 341
Despite all the perks remote workers enjoy, there are a number of challenges that arise as well. And these challenges can really make the whole experience of working remotely frustrating. The good news is, you are not alone. As you can see everybody has his or her own problems and we are all struggling with something.
How are you coping? What challenges are you facing? How do you make it work? Do you have tips for managing your struggles? Any useful tools to get the job done? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments!
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