“We’ve been investing in our technological capabilities for years, and those investments really paid off when we needed to transition quickly to a 98 percent work-from-home model,” said Nationwide CEO Kirt Walker.
I’ve been working from home for nearly 14 years. Social distancing comes naturally to me at this point in time. It’s interesting to me a virus will be remembered as the Gladwell tipping point for showing the corporate world a better way of working.
98% permanent WFH!
A lot of us now realize barbershops and hair salons are not considered “essential” businesses. Last week I did a shelter in place buzz cut.
I am back in my home office learning and sharing about shelter in place. Yesterday my son helped me cut my hair. He’s been cutting his own hair since medical school. As the doctor inspected my work he said,
“You missed a few spots.”
So he finished up what I started.
Today I researched “essential” businesses.
Barbershops are not considered “essential”
I expected this hence the shelter in place buzz cut.
Yes, it’s real short. Top view.
How to maintain your mental health while working from home
Pretty good article online at Fast Company.
I’ve been working from home since 2006. As a result social distancing and hoarding come naturally now. The article has several good suggestions and well worth reading.
Personally I would add one more suggestion to the list: your favorite music. Today is a Willie Day.
I roll in my bed, unable to sleep. I listen to BBC talk about the craziness that took over the world, preoccupied with this one question. What question? It’s not: “Why, Corona?” For that, I already have more answers than I want. Scientists say that COVID19 is an animal virus. It spread to humans from…
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