It wasn’t until the outbreak of the coronavirus and the subsequent lock downs that were witnessed in many countries that working remotely became an option for many employees, businesses and companies. Working remotely majorly entails doing things virtually without having to go to the office as was the norm before the pandemic.
There are those who think that working remotely is more efficient, saves resources and encourages personal growth.
Others think that working remotely can slow down work, break down communication and discourage social interaction.
Psychologists state that working remotely leads to healthier lives as individuals have more autonomy and can balance work and personal life very well.
One needs to have a good internal source of motivation to stay on top of things when working remotely.