Meet with your manager to determine how your work and job requirements can be done remotely from your home either full time or certain days of the week.
Set up an appropriate work space that is separate and distinct from your “home space” and conducive to working effectively without interruptions.
Be clear on your priorities, focusing on the expectations, tasks and responsibilities you and your manager agreed upon as measures of success.
Be accessible, responsive and reliable
Utilize appropriate communication methods to stay connected with your manager, co-workers and customers.
Find ways to disengage from work and have quality personal time when traditional boundaries between work and home life are no longer clear.
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