Managing WFH fatigue without offending

Working from home (WFH) can cause fatigue if you are trying to run your time the same way you would do so in an office. Those of us who work from home regularly, or are on the road all the time, know this and we structure our work lives differently. Until recently, I was a road warrior myself. Crossing time zones constantly, managing fatigue and availability, while blocking time to get work done isn’t too much of a challenge if you are used to it. As a recently certified Emily Post Business Etiquette trainer, I have been asked to write an article about managing fatigue without offending, and you can find it as part of the COVID-19 support ECU provides its staff here:

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