When you work from home and stay off the road, you help your community by eliminating traffic congestion. But working from home can also help you! Turn what used to be your commute time into productive time, whether that means hanging out more with your family, working out, engaging in self-care or jump-starting your workday. And because you're staying off the road, working from home improves our air quality in a big way. Plus, many people who work from home find they're more productive, less stressed and generally happier. According to Global Work Place Analytics, working from home two to three days a week is the sweet spot for both solo and collaborative work. Check out our tips for when you work from home.
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