Whether you’re a workaholic who can’t shut off, a daydreamer who can’t get switched on or perhaps you’re struggling to cope with isolation, our e-guide provides the advice you need to make a success of working from home.
As Covid-19 reached pandemic status, the world has been, in one sense, forced into the future of work. It’s a future where work is often location agnostic, and where the core focus is on outcomes to keep organisations moving forwards. It has never been more important for employees to embrace changes in their working environment.
If you have been in the workforce for some time, relooking at yourself and updating your career roadmap can help you reaffirm your professional direction, and decide on potential tweaks or pivots, as your life and career stages change.
Although some people have settled comfortable in their working from home routines, others can not wait to go back to the office. New research from global recruiter Robert Walters has highlighted three types of personality types that have emerged from the extended period of remote working.
Here we assess how COVID-19 may stall your career and what you can do to prepare for this – whether you're in threat of being laid off or feel stuck in a role you feel you shouldn't be in, we offer expert advice on how to avoid COVID-19 messing up your career plans.