Working from home can be amazing. The longest commute is from your bed to your computer, there's no one breathing down your neck, and lunch can be whenever you feel like it. Heck, you can do anything now. You're working from home, in your castle, where you make the workday rules. Protip: Call your 450 square-foot, $2,500-a-month apartment your castle for a quick ego boost.
Without an office space, you are untethered, and your talent knows no bounds. With every keystroke, your company shall grow, profits will soar, the higher-ups will send you fruit baskets and candy, then shower you with bonuses and raises.
Or maybe what you're doing from home is putting you on a fast-track to Fired Town, where the kitchens and pantries are empty and the residents eat regret. But how do you know if what you're doing as a remote worker is the right thing to do, and the best way to get a promotion?
We're here to help with some career advice from experts on winning remote work behavior. So if you want to get a raise or promotion while working from home (or anywhere), don't do any of these things.