Work from Home (WFH) Best Practices

Work from Home Best Practices can be very rewarding, yet you must prepare for the inevitable distractions associated with the environment. This is not about distributed teams, or managing a global workforce, this is about WFH and the variables we need to consider. My experience with clients and my own firm’s evolution has led me to see clearly, the following pro/con analysis that can be set into best practice.


  • Schedule flexibility
  • Geographic talent access
  • Morale booster
  • Commute reduction
  • Productivity booster
  • Enhanced relationships


  • Distractions
  • Technology faults
  • Security concerns
  • Collaboration inhibitor
  • Productivity inhibitor
  • Lack of relationship contact

Balancing the above list could create a neutral to con tendency. However, this is not that easy, as each case is unique.

My experience shows that organizations benefitting from WFH structures, hire talent that is agile enough to meet the best practices above and deploy technology to support the needs of them, are the most effective. Explore all of the research…

Written by Phil Ventresca, M.B.A.

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