Hart Editorial Staff

Never before have workers telecommuted on such a broad scale. Millions of people are trying to work from home – if they can, of course. And maintaining professionalism is still important. Just because you can’t knock on your coworker’s door doesn’t mean all workplace etiquette goes out the window.

So in the midst of a very challenging time, here are some home vs. office scenarios we bet you and your team can relate to!

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The key takeaway? No matter where you’re working, be calm, stay flexible and always do the right thing. It’s a great way to help enhance employee happiness and productivity.

Check out our Happiness Guide for a practical assessment of employees adapting to the work from home setting. And, to learn how our strategists can help your brand with internal communications or employer branding services, contact us.

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Jeff Lutz, VP, Corporate Communications & Content