Working from Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Tips and Strategies to Maintain Productivity & Connectedness [English, Spanish, Portuguese and ASL versions]
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AbstractDue to the COVID-19 Pandemic many workers are shifting from coming into their workplace to working from home. This may be a new challenge for many workers. Successfully working from home can present unique challenges, from how to focus with at-home distractions, to trying to be productive, trying to communicate well with team members from afar, and childcare. Here at the Transitions to Adulthood Center for Research, many of our faculty and staff have years of experience mastering the art of remote work and have put together a list of their top 5 tips and tricks to navigating this strange new world. An American Sign language (ASL) translation video and Spanish & Portuguese translations of the tip sheet are available.
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Funding and AcknowledgementsSpecial acknowledgements: Morgan Rao, Jean Wnuk, Ally Murray, Emily McCaffrey, Rachel Stone, Debbie Nicolellis, Teresa Conrado, Deirdre Logan, Padma Sankaran, Bailey Pridgen, Marsha L. Ellison, & Maryann Davis.
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