Working from the electronic kitchen – tips on remote work
We are all finding ourselves in a new situation where we are working from our own homes. While some enjoy the luxury of working from home, for others it represents new challenges and stresses. We’ve put together a list of informative and useful links that will help you to adapt and manage to this new way of working.
How to succeed as a remote worker
- A complete guide to succeed as a remote worker
- THL has published guidelines designed to establish basic rules for employers and employees engaged in remote work. The current recommendation is that remote work should be favored as much as possible during the coronavirus outbreak.
How to improve collaboration
- A list of products you can use to maximize collaboration and work remotely with your team
- Guidelines on how to have a great virtual meeting
How to lead remote workers
- Strategies to set up remote work from a CEO’s perspective
- Tips on promoting well-being and productivity from a managerial perspective
How to build solid inclusion
- Inklusiiv has written a list of 7 best practices on how to create and maintain inclusive remote work. Inclusive remote work culture means that everyone gets to feel involved, safe and appreciated when working remotely.
How to maintain mental health balance and positivity
- These guidelines include tips for employees and supervisors on how to support mental well-being at the workplace and at home when working remotely
- MIELI Mental Health Finland is an organisation that supports and promotes good mental health. If you are experiencing severe psychological distress, you can telephone MIELI for help and support in a crisis.
- This video provides tips on surviving cabin fever with psychological strategies for staying positive during the corona virus crisis
How to communicate with your family and children
- Many parents are wondering how to talk to their children during this crisis, or in practical terms, how to simply keep them well fed and entertained while in lock down. Read this leaflet with advice from the British Psychological Society on how to talk to children about the coronavirus.