How to fix five of the most common pain points of working from home

CHILD’S PLAY

Is your bored kid making work-from-home difficult? Think of her as just another annoying colleague

Manavi Kapur
By Manavi Kapur

Culture and lifestyle reporter

FROM OUR OBSESSION

Future of Work

Preparing for a labor force that doesn’t yet exist.

Working-out-of-home can be tricky for those with young kids. Laying down boundaries with a work-at-home spouse may be easy, but a bored child?

For instance, in 2017, British professor Robert Kelly’s toddlers walked in on him during a live television interview with BBC. He won over the internet by carrying on without batting an eyelid.

In India, work-at-home is still relatively a new idea and can be disorienting to most initially.

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