How to combat loneliness when working from home

Humans are social beings, so while working from home may have benefits like a flexible schedule and not having to commute, it can also be lonely. It can lead to feeling of being left out at work and missing the spontaneous interations that occur in an office. In the Harvard Business ReviewDorie Clark, a U.S. marketing strategy consultant who has worked from home for more than a decade, shares her three principles to avoid isolation, stay productive and form connections with colleagues.