When you’re working on-site or in the office, there are lots of cues and norms about when it’s time to go home. Without those cues and norms, WFH workers are struggling to stop working.
Leaders, it’s on you to nudge your WFH teammates to “go home.”
One of the underrated benefits of leading a co-located team is that there are enough tangible workways that get people out the door.
This isn’t so with WFH (working from home) workers. When “work” happens from their home, there’s no procession of people…