The responsibility lies with you to set your working hours, stick to them, sync and communicate with your team and work during those hours.
Unfortunately, remote life has its own distractions that can burn precious daytime hours. In addition to the typical interruptions in the nine-to-five (vendor calls, power outages, accidents, pet or child needs), there are other boundaries that will be pushed.
Close family members and friends might have a hard time understanding that you are in work mode. Setting limits if you have children at home can be especially tough.
Working sporadically throughout the day, evening and weekend can negatively impact the work-life balance we strive for here at ClimateView.
Try to be clear when you are working and where you shut everything off.