Home Stories

My home was my office

I opened the series of SISA Home Stories a couple of weeks ago and would therefore like to close it. Twelve weeks later, 2 kg heavier (*) and with a lot more experience, it is slowly getting back to normal. Continue...

Inbetween Days

This is the feeling that has been my faithful friend in these months of home office and social distancing. Continue...

Almost finished!

When we were first asked if anyone wanted to write a home story, I did not necessarily consider to write one. Continue...

The border

That is how a virus changed my family's daily routine... Continue...

Chronicles from the cottage "Chez Sisa" ...

A spring like no other, seen from the home office. Continue...

Morning exercises and many new "Corona Runners"

On 28 February we set up the 4-member SISA Corona Task Force and have regularly assessed the current situation and planned appropriate measures since then. Continue...

Apprenticeship in times of work at home

Even in times of Corona, my apprenticeship is going on quite "normally" - at work as well as at school. Continue...

Living and working in the time of Covid-19

An imperceptible organism makes the whole world stand still - I will tell you how SISA dealt with this emergency and how my everyday life has changed both privately and professionally. Continue...

All alone in the SISA offices... almost!

I will never forget Monday, March 16, 2020... one day before work from home started. Continue...

Work from home - home-based work 2.0 or more?

Work from home. In our region, home-based working has been known since the 18th century. Work from home as a result of COVID-19 is special, challenging, satisfying, unique and perhaps even trendsetting. Continue...

Working from home - with a regular daily routine, efficient, sustainable and future-oriented

For me, my wife and our huskies, not much has changed in these times with Coronavirus and work from home. Since we are very much connected to nature and live far away from other people, we can continue our lives nearly as normal as usual. Continue...

SISA is where we are

Here at SISA we see this particular situation as an opportunity. And soon it turned out that no matter whether we are working at the office or elsewhere: SISA is where we are. Continue...

Providing assistance to people who need support

SISA actively encourages employees to make contributions for people who need help during the Corona crisis. I decided to take over the shopping for both residents and employees of the Senevita retirement home in Pratteln. Continue...

Working from home gives room for new rituals

Working from home with a family is not always easy. But once everyone has got used to it, it can be a wonderful experience. Continue...

Impressions from Lombardy

My name is Alessandro Guido and I live in Erba, in Italy between Como and Lecco. The region where I live, which is Lombardy, was the first region to be locked down, so I have been staying at home for four weeks. Continue...

Working at home from the point of view of a software developer

I would like to share with you the impact of this unforeseen event on my private and professional life. A short story of my daily life during the quarantine, from the adaptation to the home office up to some personal impressions. Continue...

My home is my office

For once, we want to give a different insight into SISA. Over the next few weeks we would like to share our thoughts, impressions and experiences in this unusual situation, which is completely new for all of us. Continue...