Before the pandemic, working from home wasn’t very common. But when buildings started closing to halt the spread of the virus, many offices allowed their employees to work from home. It’s been a bumpy road so far, and what going forward looks like isn’t exactly clear either. Still, June 24 is National Work From Home Day.
As you might imagine, we like to celebrate inventors and inventions whenever we can! Not only are we proud to be a member of that community, we’re happy to help others make the community even bigger. Chances are that if you’re experiencing a problem, lots of other people are too. We originally developed our folding table risers for our own use (see the whole story here), but then discovered that plenty of people in a variety of industries had the same issue with folding tables that we did.
As a certified minority- and woman-owned (WBENC) business, we at Lift Your TableⓇ folding table risers look not only to the past for business leaders, but also to the present (and future). We enjoy sharing our knowledge and experiences with other entrepreneurs and businesses, because the world is one of abundance. We don’t believe in hoarding, because a rising tide lifts all boats!
There is so much information in the world ready to bombard us, and distractions aplenty. The ability to focus and concentrate seems harder to find than ever! But you can make it easier for yourself with these six tips that will help brain fog dissipate so you can work on the things that are truly meaningful to you.
Many Americans began working from home several months ago… and we’re still doing it! Now the novelty has worn off and reality is setting in. In such an environment, it can be hard to stay motivated! We’ve got some tips on continuing to work smarter during the summer and for the next few months as well.
This year August 10-16 is OSHA’s Safe and Sound Week. As you know we believe in safety culture and keeping employees safe! And this year the challenge of keeping everyone safe may be more difficult since many employees are working from home. While corporate safety managers specialize in keeping the warehouse and factory floor safe, they may not have as much expertise in the variety of home offices that their employees have devised.
It’s important, while you’re working from home, not to injure yourself! Stay healthy while you’re staying socially distant. Working ergonomically is a key factor in making sure you’re safe at home.
By now you’ve probably got at least a week of working from home under your belt. Hopefully you’ve settled into a routine, and your household understands when you shouldn’t be disturbed. And yet… still, there are distractions.
Did you have a sit-stand desk setup at the office? If you’ve got a folding table, you can recreate it at home! Even if you didn’t have one at work, you can try it out at home with your folding table.