Structure your days

Try to make your workdays at home as similar to your days in the office as possible.

  • Keep clear working hours. Decide when you will work and when you are “off.” Turn off your computer when your workday is done.
  • Take regular breaks, including a real lunchbreak.
  • Keep moving and get fresh air and some sunlight every day. Consider a walk during your lunch break, or take walks at the beginning and end of your workday.


Communication with your supervisor and colleagues

  • Need someone to bounce ideas off of? Take the initiative and call a colleague to talk a little and get unstuck.
  • Think about social contacts, too. Call each other a little more often just to chat. Zoom fika, anyone?
  • Report if you are sick, taking care of sick children, or absent for another reason, according to the usual routines.
  • Report workplace risks to your supervisor! Take the initiative to tell your boss when problems arise.

Are you anxious?

If you’re having a health issue that’s not connected to work, you can contact or your primary doctor. If you’re anxious about your work situation or something else work related, you can always contact the occupational healthcare provider Feelgood. Feelgood can offer digital counselling and even in-person meetings if needed. Employees can have three sessions per year without the approval of your supervisor. If you need more support you should contact your supervisor. Here is more information about Feelgood.