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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Working From Home All of us probably agree that the last two years brought many changes to our lives. Obviously, getting sick with the COVID 19 virus would have been the least appreciated change. So would have been losing a job because of massive closures. Or conducting remote learning. There have been many articles about how destructive home schooling was for our children. Not only the outcomes of learning could not match the regular school classes outcomes but psychological impact on kids being away from their peers could not be underestimated. Kids not only learn from books and lectures. They interact with each other, discuss topics, investigate others' opinions. All of that became very attractive to be able to was missing. And we will never learn stay home, work in your sweats, and how much it truly affected the kids' still collect our paycheck. Employers mental health. Mental health has always been an leasing expensive spaces. Employees orphan in our healthcare system. Now, do not worry about commuting and during and after COVID, this issue gas money. Sounds perfect? became more obvious than ever. Not only children were exposed to the and many self-motivated workers who lonely teaching/learning process. Their may mutually benefit from that new parents, all of us, have had mental mode of remote working. But, in many health exposure as well. Being sick cases, something is lost in translation. altered our way we looked at our own Zoom calls are not a good replacement vulnerability. Many of us did not have for a staff meeting. Teamwork is almost a choice of staying home during the impossible to exist among people who peak of the pandemic. Healthcare see each other only on the screen. employees, our clinic included, had to Human interactions are a base of social show up every day to continue their life. They are also crucial in professional duties, often realizing that the risk we social life. took was enormous. And finally, a new type of employment became more popular than ever: working from home. Individual interactions with technology Our technological progress and abilities will never replace human interactions. to connect over the Internet to conduct Ifweallow for that replacement, we will meetings, maintain daily conversations, lose the most important value of our completing tasks with the help of other human existence. electronic tools, all of it created a brand new mode of remote working. It also realized that they might save money on It is not. There are many industries Laptops and iPads are great tools but they cannot replace a fist bump. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Working From Home All of us probably agree that the last two years brought many changes to our lives. Obviously, getting sick with the COVID 19 virus would have been the least appreciated change. So would have been losing a job because of massive closures. Or conducting remote learning. There have been many articles about how destructive home schooling was for our children. Not only the outcomes of learning could not match the regular school classes outcomes but psychological impact on kids being away from their peers could not be underestimated. Kids not only learn from books and lectures. They interact with each other, discuss topics, investigate others' opinions. All of that became very attractive to be able to was missing. And we will never learn stay home, work in your sweats, and how much it truly affected the kids' still collect our paycheck. Employers mental health. Mental health has always been an leasing expensive spaces. Employees orphan in our healthcare system. Now, do not worry about commuting and during and after COVID, this issue gas money. Sounds perfect? became more obvious than ever. Not only children were exposed to the and many self-motivated workers who lonely teaching/learning process. Their may mutually benefit from that new parents, all of us, have had mental mode of remote working. But, in many health exposure as well. Being sick cases, something is lost in translation. altered our way we looked at our own Zoom calls are not a good replacement vulnerability. Many of us did not have for a staff meeting. Teamwork is almost a choice of staying home during the impossible to exist among people who peak of the pandemic. Healthcare see each other only on the screen. employees, our clinic included, had to Human interactions are a base of social show up every day to continue their life. They are also crucial in professional duties, often realizing that the risk we social life. took was enormous. And finally, a new type of employment became more popular than ever: working from home. Individual interactions with technology Our technological progress and abilities will never replace human interactions. to connect over the Internet to conduct Ifweallow for that replacement, we will meetings, maintain daily conversations, lose the most important value of our completing tasks with the help of other human existence. electronic tools, all of it created a brand new mode of remote working. It also realized that they might save money on It is not. There are many industries Laptops and iPads are great tools but they cannot replace a fist bump. Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 www.arlingtondermatology.net