You work from home 5 days a week, but your boss wants you to return to the office. It's ok, we've all been there before, and it can be a hard conversation to have with your boss. Here are some tips on how to talk to them about not going back and keep working remotely.
While it is easier to work from home than ever before, there are some bosses that just don't understand the value of remote workers. This blog post will teach you how to ask your boss if you can continue working from home and why this would be beneficial for both parties (or maybe come up with a hybrid work model).
While a lot of companies have embraced remote work, many still rely on an office setting with everyone crammed into one room together. The main problem with this type of environment is that employees are confined to their own desks - they're not interacting with anyone else unless they make an effort to do so. One study found that offices have become more privatized in recent years as people spend less time socializing, which means they aren't getting any opportunity for casual conversation or face
Investing in remote work can be a win/win situation for both employer and employee, so make sure you have a good work from home experience. Before you let your boss tell you to return to work in the office, consider how your work from home job will benefit the company.
A few things to think about:
Of course you still need to maintain and improve your skills as work. So what better way to do this than with online training from home. Ask your boss to invest in your skills by letting you take online courses that directly translate into improved productivity (here's an email template for this).
Popular courses for remote workers include:
You might think the only way to work from home is to have a remote job position. But, there are plenty of ways for people who do not have a remote job position to work from home part-time or full-time! Have you told your boss that you don't want to go back into an office and prefer staying at home? It may seem scary - but just give it a try.
Talk with them about how much more productive you'll be when working in your own environment where distractions are less likely, and talk about what type of responsibilities they think could still be done remotely (can someone else handle customer service while keeping customers updated on the status?). If all goes well, then congratulations!
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