How to set up a home office you’ll want to work from
The key elements of an organised and efficient home office, work space or study nook.
Thanks to technology like cloud-based software, higher speed internet, video conferencing, laptops and mobiles, many people can now be at the office, without being at the office.
Around two in three Australians spend part of their working week at home, getting the job done remotely and avoiding the trials of a daily commute to the office. Australia also has many home-based businesses, with nearly a million people operating from their house or apartment, according to government figures.
Now, with the coronavirus pandemic seeing more Aussies working from home, having a space you want to work from is more important than ever. Whether you've got a dedicated office or you're setting up at the kitchen bench, here are our top tips for creating a home office that works for you.