According to Goodwill, almost half of the employees surveyed would prefer to work from home
YUMA, Arizona (KYMA, KECY) – Slowly but surely, many companies are returning to their respective buildings. However, many find an increase in productivity from employees who work from home.
According to career specialist Lea Soto-Graham of Yuma’s Goodwill Career Center, many workers are interested in making their temporary home calling a more permanent one.
So many companies want to continue with either a satellite or a hybrid workforce. But that also means changing your routine.
The pandemic has taught workers to manage their time, especially with children at home. Soto-Graham says managing your schedule is more important than ever, whether you’re back in the office or partially working from home.
She added that working from home some workers would take on additional responsibilities and need to prioritize new changes. Soto-Graham’s goal is to balance work and personal life and avoid burnout.