Experts Forecast What’s Ahead for Getting Back On-Site

  • What will it be like getting back to the office?
  • How are you going to reintegrate your staff once they return?
  • What do you think the new work model is going to look like upon the return?


Karen King
  1. Keep your routine. Prior to shelter-in-place, I started my day with a run and usually was at work by 7:30/8:00 a.m. I have been maintaining that schedule as I work from home.
  2. Take breaks. For me, I have taken my breaks outside on my patio. The sunshine and fresh air instantly improve my mood. Throw some music in there and I am always re-energized. Find what works for you.
  3. Set boundaries. It can be tempting to keep working throughout the evening and on the weekends. However, I encourage you to limit that where possible and find an “end” to your work day and work week.
  1. Do the things you would have done for an interview under normal circumstances, such as dressing appropriately, doing research and preparing questions.
  2. Find a quiet place to take the call so you can focus on the interview and be free from distractions.
  3. Make sure you log-in to the videoconferencing tool a few minutes early to ensure everything is working properly.



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