Running a media organisation entirely from home.

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Elsewhere around the office, our Office Manager is coming to terms with having… no office to manage.

Our Development team is loving the peace and quiet, with no one sidling up to their desk with shifty eyes and a broken laptop, and our Partner Solutions team has begun a mandatory daily ‘healthy habits moment’, putting the rest of us to shame. Yesterday was high knees, today is “cardio dance for beginners”.

PAUSE: Can you tell The Quicky recorded this at home? Post continues after podcast.

Here’s some of the feedback from the teams so far:

“Working from home hasn’t been that much of an adjustment as I work on the social media side of Mamamia. I’m lucky in that I haven’t had any logistical issues because of the digital nature of my job. The only difference is now that I’ll have to change our TikTok strategy to self-isolation content only,” Eleanor Katelaris, Social Team.

“So my husband…

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