If you’ve been working from home because of COVID, you may have recently been told to return to your workplace.
But for many Australians, reverting to pre-pandemic arrangements isn’t ideal.
Here’s what to do if you want to keep working from home after the pandemic.
The benefits of working from home
Rosiel Elwyn is one of many Australians who prefers working from home — and hopes to continue doing so long after the COVID pandemic subsides.
Rosiel, a PhD candidate and youth mental health researcher in Brisbane, lives with autism and complex mental health conditions including anorexia nervosa, along with secondary health conditions, including heart problems and chronic insomnia.
She says working from home is better for her health.