Why WFH doesn’t always work
There’s been some debate about the effectiveness of working from home. And while most of the figures support WFH, there are several people who’d rather do their work at an office. Just so we’re on the same page, WFH is not a paid vacation. You need to work in a conducive environment to maintain productivity.
And such an environment might not be available at home. This person shared how bad things got on their third day of WFH. While joining a meeting, the OP’s family was screaming in the background, making it virtually impossible to work. Fussy kids and spouses that know no boundaries make WFH a real nightmare.