MyHeritage Employees Share Their Home Office Photos

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At the start of the week, all MyHeritage employees around the world switched to working from home, to practice social distancing to the fullest.

We are well-equipped and well-prepared for this situation, and MyHeritage services are continuing as normal.

Here are some photos that our employees shared, of their workstations at home. We hope you’ll enjoy them!

Yigal Guskin, QA Engineer
Let’s rock! Max Chernopolsky, R&D Backend Tech Lead
Benefits of working from home, milk by the desk. Eve Grönlund, Translations Project Manager
Working in the kitchen. Marianne Melcherts, Social Media Coordinator
Jerusalem blue skies. Noam Markose, SEM Team Leader
My perfect workstation. Roi Weiss, Senior Product Manager
New balcony work spot. Anastasiya Kart, Designer
Code review session with Bella the cat. Sion Sasson, Senior iOS Developer
My small green balcony. Sivan Lustig, HR Specialist
Home office buddy. Paola Veloso Teixeira, Email Support Team
Work–life balance without a chair. Yurii Kovalenko, Senior Web Developer, Kiev
Shira Zaid, Telemarketing QA
Getting help from the younger generation. Anna Milkman, Head of Translations
Greenroom. Gershon Flaisher, Art Director
Roee Ben Shoshan, Sales Representative
Dmitry Vorobjov, Senior Backend Developer
Suit up! Alon Ganot, Sales Team, Tel Aviv
Small but very cozy! Daniël Boerstra, Email Support Team Leader, Tel Aviv

We hope you and your family are also finding ways to make the most of the situation while staying safe and healthy!

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  • Cass


    April 5, 2020

    Beautiful workspaces!!!!

  • Marilyn Kennedy


    April 5, 2020

    This was fun! Thanks for sharing!

  • Roseann Zempter


    April 5, 2020

    Thanks to all you humans out there working from home. I enjoyed your home bound selfies. Stay safe and we appreciate all you provide to us.

  • Dianne Fraser


    April 6, 2020

    Looks great – thank you to all the staff. I’m thinking it looks so good you might have trouble ever persuading them to go into the office again!

  • Judy Desha


    April 6, 2020

    Lovely to see some of the faces behind the programme, stay safe and well all of you.
    While we were aware of the Spanish Flu Pandemic that killed so many world wide I did not expect to ever witness and be a part of the modern version of 2020.It certainly gives you an insight into what our ancestors had to deal with 1900’s

  • Warren Greenup


    April 6, 2020

    Looks great. Keep up the good work. Regards, Warren

  • Susan Clarkson


    April 6, 2020

    Lots of lovely people, thanks for the photos x

  • Renate Friederike Randl


    April 15, 2020

    Oh what a beautiful location. God bless you all.

  • Patricia Meloy


    April 28, 2020

    Your Work-at-Home photos were great. I don’t know how we ever worked “at work.” Uncomfortable chairs, shoes that pinch, same position all day, “work-appropriate” clothes that don’t stay tucked, etc., scheduled times to eat, phones ringing, office mates that keep doing that thing you hate (tapping, clearing throat, cussing, sniffing, etc.), sexual harassment, etc. I’m all in for working at home!