We celebrate the pets who supported while we were working from home. We couldn’t get by without our furry FunkyCorp team members.
Moving to Japan is exciting. But it can also be disorientating—especially if you don’t speak the language. Around 50 percent of FunkyCorp’s staff is non-native, so we know the challenges.
While we are gradually returning to the office, our WFH experiences have made us rethink our working styles. Here’s a peek at the team’s home set-ups.
Turn your couch potato quarantine time into something productive: learning Japanese while you binge on your favorite shows.
We were able to move our work set-up quickly and fairly painlessly from our office to our homes. Here’s how we’re using technology to work effectively together.
Working from home getting you down? Our most stylish producing editor explains the mental health benefits of dressing up.
One upside of social distancing and working from home is that extra time you can put towards learning a language.
One thing I’ve heard echoed a lot lately is that in the darkest times, the most important things in your life become clear. We can use this opportunity to reevaluate and adjust the ways we live and work.