Having a multidisciplinary background in social sciences, business and design, my core research interests resolve around the interface of remote labour, communication, and work culture. I am convinced that in order to formulate an approach towards remote work concepts that acknowledges the practice’s benefits, we must fundamentally rethink the way in which we perceive work.
Traditionally, the office has provided us with a designated working space, more or less firm working hours, and a commute to transition between work and non-work domains. Remote work and working from home in particular removed these boundaries. Many workers identify this development as the cause of considerable stress as the resulting clash of their different roles leads to competing and overwhelming demands.
The guide “How To Work Remotely” is a list of advice that I want to give remote workers in order to make remote work work. These are based on my own experiences, the findings of my research, and the observation of best practices.