9 Drawbacks of 'Working From Home'

Lack of separation between work and home life

This can lead to burnout and difficulty relaxing

Social isolation

This can lead to loneliness and decreased productivity.


It can be difficult to focus on work when there are so many distractions at home

Unhealthy habits

It can be easy to overeat, skip workouts, and get less sleep when working from home.

Technology problems

Technical difficulties can disrupt your workflow and make it difficult to collaborate with colleagues.

Communication issues

It can be harder to communicate with colleagues and clients when you're not in the same physical space.

Feeling disconnected from the company

It can be difficult to feel connected to the company culture and your colleagues when you're not working in the office.

Increased costs

You may have to pay for your own utilities, office supplies, and internet.