What Bosses Really Think About Returning to the Office
You’ve heard the expression “the office is the place where we do the work of the world.”
But how much of that really is true — just how useful is the office for anything outside the confines of the cubicle?
The truth is, the office is the one place that many people tend to forget the simple, everyday work that happens around them. They forget to make their own coffee. They don’t make their own lunch. They don’t find out that a report has been published only after reading the story online. Or after the story has been written.
But what about the work that matters?
When working in the office at all hours, even during the weekend, many times your thoughts are focused on the work of the world — you don’t hear your own thoughts or worry about what someone else is thinking.
This means that you have more control of your work, your relationships, and the things that really matter. Work at home people often forget the importance of their work and get distracted, and it’s even worse if you’re not working because you care about doing so.
How you work is the first step to having a happy and prosperous life.
That said, getting the workplace down to a state where you can work at least eight hours every day is the first step. Your office environment should be conducive to accomplishing work. It takes effort to become successful; that effort should not be squawked by the office.
Many companies are investing in work spaces that encourage productive teamwork. A lot of people believe that employees work at their desks only until the business day is over. This may be true but not for everyone, so we suggest you to take the time to explore the office environment before you decide to stay there all day.
The amount of things that require attention in the office, as well as how it is populated, is quite different from the home environment. If you don’t take the time to explore the office before you move to work there, you are going to find that the office is more difficult to