I thought this had come up in some other thread, but in the meantime ...
The English equivalent is now
WFH (= working from home)
Siehe auch: to work from home - im Home-Office arbeiten
WFO [o]r WFH? That Is [t]he (New) Question
WFH (abbreviation) (variants: or less commonly) wfh – work from home; working from home
For some, "WFH," or "work from home," is hardly new. About 29 percent of U.S. workers have the ability to do their work at home, according to numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
— Nick Manes
Working from home can mean a drastic lifestyle switch, and your home might be ill-prepared for it. Whether it's carving out a niche in your space where you can be productive, or just enhancing that WFH experience, it's important to make your livable space into a workable one too.
— Daniel Modlin
WFH (abbreviation) (in writing) – work from home (= to do your job in your own home, especially a job that is usually done in an office)
I usually WFH on Fridays.
WFH (ABBREVIATION) – Work (or working) from home.
‘should I come into the office or WFH?’
wfh (also:) WFH – wfh is the written abbreviation for ' working from home'.
I'm WFH because of the Tube strike.