Not everyone has the latitude to work from home, whether that is a matter of equipment, space, or a calm and productive environment. Working from home should be an opportunity to be safe, calm, and be productive.
my new wfh coworker is so needy, I can’t get anything done 🙄 pic.twitter.com/FyIeLY45GO— Kevin P. Johnson (@OkayJoJay) March 19, 2020
WFH Day 4: Introducing my new adjustable standing desk. It’s great for ironing out those pesky work issues.👌🏼#socialdistancing #flattenthecurve #socialsolidarity #homeoffice pic.twitter.com/gyXGFarila— Jacqui Altman (@jacqui_altman) March 19, 2020
First day of working from home while two young children sing, shout, fight, dance, extract sweets from me...it's now 2pm and since 9.30am I've done about an hour's work. If my report on Monday night's Assembly debate claims that Jim Allister is a Sinn Féin MLA, please forgive me.— Sam McBride (@SJAMcBride) March 17, 2020
Avoiding the chaos of home can be easy. On footshake, employees can pick a place that is near their home. Every footshake space provides a workspace, a comfortable chair, a good Wifi connection, self check-in, and a coffee machine.
Working with leading, customer-centric property management companies and hosts.
We are the team behind Smartbnb, a software product helping short-term rental hosts grow and automate their business. We are also a remote team of 15 people; we don’t have offices and we usually work from home.
We want to support our customers as they go through this difficult moment. They saw their reservations dropping to zero, with many great spaces available. We are also witnessing the largest (forced) work-from-home experiment. We believe we can help both teams and hosts get through this.