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The work from home tips we shared with our staff

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  • Dasia Moore
By Dasia Moore

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Quartz has joined a growing number of companies around the world asking their employees to stay home as we attempt to do our part in slowing the spread of Covid-19. Fortunately for those on our staff who are new to the idea of a home office, many of our colleagues are work-from-home experts. Quartz has staff around the world, including journalists who cover this topic for our Quartz at Work edition. They compiled a memo with links to essential reading to help us stay productive and connected while weโ€™re away from our co-workers. (Spoiler: Yes, you should get dressed.)

Here is a lightly edited version of the reading list that Quartz executive editor Heather Landy, who oversees Quartz at Work, shared with our company:

The basics

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