Office of Workplace Inclusion and Belonging
Tools for Healthy Telecommuting
Remote working tips
To comply with shelter in place orders, many staff have shifted to full-time telecommuting. For some, working from home may be a new practice. Healthy telecommuting encompasses more than working remotely. It also embodies staying physically and mentally healthy. Below are some tips for remote working.
Ergonomic tips for remote work PDF
UCOP Environmental Health and Safety has compiled some helpful ergonomic tips as well as creative ideas for at-home workspaces. For additional information, visit the Ergonomics Program website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Create a productive workspace
This LinkedIn Learning session provides tips and tools for staying connected and balancing multiple priorities. Hosted by bestselling author and productivity expert Dave Crenshaw, the webinar shares tips on setting up your computer to staying focused throughout the day.
Successful remote meetings
This LinkedIn Learning session provides tips and tools for hosting meetings while remote working.
The complete remote work playbook
LifeLabs Learning shares tips for transferring skills for better collaboration, self-management, and communication skills while transitioning to working remotely.