SVP Business Development / CMO
If you are like me, there are times when work becomes a welcome escape from the news and headlines of the last few weeks. It’s an opportunity to shut out, if even for a short time, the blaring headlines and stock alerts.
For many, working from home is an entirely new experience. Sure, we all check our email periodically, and we’ve maybe worked from home a day or two. But working from your house full-time may be a challenge and an adjustment for both you and any family members.
I understand what an adjustment this can be. I experienced it six years ago when I went from having worked full-time in an office setting for over 20 years to working full time from a home office. It took my wife and me about six months to really adjust. “Going to work” no longer meant walking out the door and driving to work. And my commute became a walk up the stairs instead of a 30-minute drive.
Rego has over 200 expert guides who work remotely every day. Their collective experience provides a wealth of ideas, hacks, and best practices when working from home. Here is a sampling of the varied Rego work environments. We have resources who work from a one-room apartment in New York City, to a separate office space a short walk from their home in California, to a farm in Georgia, and home offices and kitchen tables throughout the U.S., Canada, South America, Europe, and India.