The coronavirus outbreak has an unexpected impact on the business world. The pandemic has mobilized the entire world to take up the challenge of remote work.
When schools and institutions are being closed, border traffic is limited and you’re stuck at home with kids, working remotely seems to be almost impossible.
While it’s easy with teenagers, who can easily take care of themselves, working remotely with smaller kids (or newborns) is a real challenge. They need constant attention and you have to make sure they are safe. Leaving them out of sight just for a minute can result in Armageddon.
If you have an easy-going child, you’re lucky, but things get complicated if your children are unruly and ubiquitous. One second is enough to let all hell break loose
If you’re a parent who needs to work remotely and take care of your kids at the same time, Kate Kurzawska for TimeCamp has prepared a guide for working parents on how to survive at home with kids. Read the full guide here.