The position you are interviewing for may offer the option to work from home on occasion. This position may even be a full-time home-office based role! More and more companies are choosing the nix the expense of having physical offices and are training employees who can be productive from a remote setting. If you have experience working remote, or from a home office, be sure to discuss that experience and express how you were productive.
"Although I have not worked from a home office I do have some experience taking work home when tight deadlines are present. I keep myself productive by setting mini goals for myself, which are attached to a specific time frame. I am confident in my ability to remain productive, even in a remote or work-from-home setting."
"I can remain productive in any setting. I held a position about two years ago where I was a freelance virtual assistant. The work was pretty fun, and I have a solid reference from that role. I met all deadlines and had a private office set up in my home, which minimized distractions."
"As a senior manager, I often take my work home, when it comes to tweaking training programs, or writing employee performance reviews. I am happy to work from home as needed and am still very much focused on the task at hand, even in a remote setting."
"In my current role, we are encouraged to work from home on Friday's. Most people only come into the office if it's imperative to the project. I can remain on task and can tune out distractions. It's nice to have some variety in my work scenery from time to time."
"I have not worked from home but am confident that I would perform well in any setting. I am a go-getter, and that will not change because of my work setting."
"I have held a couple of territory sales roles where I am working from my car, the plane, and my hotel room. With my smartphone, tablet, and laptop - I can get anything done, from anywhere!"
"As a teacher, I have worked from home setting many times. This work includes marking papers and completing report cards. I have a huge kitchen table that I spread my tasks out on, and I get to work with some tea and my favorite Spotify playlist."