For many of us, remote workdays used to be far and few between. In just a few short months, however, work as we know it has changed. Remote work is no longer a perk, it’s a necessity.
As businesses and employees pivot to support a new norm and the future of the office—job seekers are adapting as well. Interviews are happening over video, onboarding has gone virtual, and new hires are being shipped office equipment and welcome packages to their home addresses.
Many can agree that starting a new job can naturally evoke feelings of nervousness and uncertainty, but the current circumstances pose additional challenges for those starting in a new role. If you’re someone who has been recently hired as a remote employee, here are four hurdles you may be facing and tips for overcoming them.