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Working in the office

Hi guys. How are you today? I am a little bored. So I decided to come to you guys to have a little conversation. I'm sitting in my office right now and just waiting for my time is completed. I was always wondering what other people think about office work. I worked in the office and other work. So I know some of the advantages and disadvantages of office work. But that's my personal opinion. What do you think about this? Can office work better than any other? Can office work have much more advantages in comparison to work in other places? Even if it's your own office or company for which you work.

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Mike24
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I am happy that I can help you with what I know. Sometimes it is really difficult to find any information. Especially when you do not have much time to look for. Many people in the UK are self-employed purely by choice, while others tend to prefer working in the comfort of their own home despite having the opportunity to work among colleagues in an office environment. While working from home can be extremely beneficial when it comes to travel expenses, planning your own time, working to your own agenda, and so on, there are many aspects of working in an office that can’t be mirrored if you’re at home all the time.

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Moro
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Well, I'm just telling you things that I know from my life. Well, or something I heard once. You Get To Know The Company Better. Having an in-depth knowledge of the company that you work for might not always be necessary, yet in many cases it can give you a much better idea of the approach the business is looking to take and what its long-term plan is. By working from home, you restrict contact to email or phone conversations, and you can’t embrace the atmosphere that other workers will be enduring five days a week or more, 9 to 5.

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Peter
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Working in the office

All this is what I have heard, I read once in the past, and my opinion as well. I hope that the guys here can also give more. It’s Easier To Communicate With Colleagues. Your boss can keep you updated with important matters surrounding the company easily if you’re in the office, rather than have to pick up the phone or email you with information that could easily be misinterpreted. Many people may be more inclined to call across the office with a question they need answering rather than picking up the phone or sending an email. Also, you may be privy to more office banter than you would do at home.

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Peter
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Working in the office

There are many opinions and information about it. I'll just say fact that in my head. It’s Easier To Collaborate And Share Ideas. By being within close proximity of other colleagues, you can rest assured that ideas that crop up in the office will cross over much easier than if you were working from home. The social benefits of the office make it the ideal place to share ideas and generally be a lot more social. Working from home can always work just as well if you’re prepared to be talking on the phone for hours, but it would seem a lot less difficult to just throw ideas out into the open when all your colleagues can actually see you.

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I hope that the information you get from me - thing what you are looking for. Working from home certainly doesn’t make you a recluse. In fact, it can inspire you to get out and enjoy social gatherings, events, and meetings even more. You may also be more inclined to go out for a walk or sit outside for your lunch as opposed to eating your sandwich at your desk if you are confined to the inside of your house for most of the working day. However, having regular colleagues to talk to and learn from can really boost your knowledge and understanding of more than just the business.

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I'm not too clever at it. But in any case, I've heard some things. You can create positive relationships with all sorts of people, from the bosses themselves to the technician who comes in to fix the computers every week or so. Creating contacts in this way opens new doors to opportunities for your career and your social life. The social factor. People that seek to work from home are not usually completely aware of how important this is. In an office, you are around people, you can speak, you can make friends, and you can socialize. This is a very important part of being an individual…we absolutely must socialize.

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Due to my modesty, I can not say too much about it, but in any case, I will try. Working from home, you don’t get to meet as many people and have a more abundant social life. Plus, I have met life long friends in offices I worked in, so you can’t deny how crucial this is to your life. Higher motivation. Working in an office, it is much easier to get motivated to work. You have people around that ideally push you to do well and create a positive environment to work in. When you are alone at home, you need to be a special type of person that can motivate yourself, as it can be quite boring to work alone and this can destroy your motivation.

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I do not know about the effectiveness of what I am telling. But in any case, this is what I know. Having worked on a sales floor, I can tell you that the motivation is much higher with people working next to each other than if everyone was working alone in a closed unit. It makes a huge difference. Separate work from home life. We all have our own worries and issues to deal with at home. When you work in an office, you have the opportunity to go somewhere and forget about your home life for a few hours and get outside that “bubble”, which helps not only in healing but in getting a more logical perspective on the issues you may be dealing with.

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My experience has always tells me some things that I can share with my friends. I find that you appreciate home much more when you are not constantly there, no matter how comfortable and convenient it might be. It’s important to disconnect, clear your mind, and change your thoughts. Working outside of your home provides you with this ability. This is in an ideal environment with a motivated individual that does not get affected by all the distractions around. Then, yes working from office can be more productive, since you are saving on commuting time and energy.

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Peter
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Well, we're here to help each other in different problems. Therefore, I'll tell you what I've read about it. I hope it will be useful to you. However, we all have to agree in saying that there are many more distractions at home than in an office. It could be your spouse, kids, family, friends, and all the chores or tasks that you need to get done around your home. For this reason, working from an office will definitely provide you with less distractions, which will help you focus more and help your productivity in return. Builds discipline. Having to wake up early, and being somewhere in particular each and every day will undoubtedly increase your discipline.

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