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Tourism Australia's India boss took over daughter’s study desk for a functional WFH set-up

Tourism Australia's India boss took over daughter’s study desk for a functional WFH set-up
Tourism Australia's India boss took over daughter’s study desk for a functional WFH set-up
Nishant Kashikar got his office chair shipped home to adjust better to working from home.

Synopsis

Nishant Kashikar installed a charging station at the desk to get his work day going.

Nishant Kashikar, country manager, India and Gulf, Tourism Australia, says doing so helped him get his work day in order:Desk appeal“I’ve taken over my daughter’s study table, which now functions as my work desk. I’ve outfitted it to support a charging station, my laptop and headset, which is all I really need to get my work day going.”Chair care“I had my office chair shipped home as having a daily office staple helped me adjust better to
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