There has been a 115% percent increase in telecommuting between 2005-2015.
After all, why go into a crowded, gloomy office when you could work from home, a bar, or even a beach?
According to a recent survey, 66 percent of professional employees believe their companies will be entirely remote in 5 years. So the future is certainly coming.
But if you want to find a remote job in your field right now, the answer might be found in this infographic from NutCache…
You’re at the office today. You’d rather be home, sitting in front of the computer at the kitchen table or in your home office.
Rather than lounging on the couch watching DVR’d Revenge or SportsCenter for the third time today, however, you’d be working just as hard, if not harder, as you do in your cubicle. And by working virtually you may save money and be far more productive, healthy, happy and less stressed. Plus you’d be taking it easier much on the environment…
You know the benefits of working from home and some insight as to whether you are a correct fit for the new working dynamic, but – can you be trusted clocking in from the couch?
Although only 15 percent of bosses encourage working from home, if you have the opportunity and think that you are self-motivated enough to work from home, the infographic below is a good overview of what you can expect:
Who doesn’t get the most work done with their pants off? When you’re at home, able to brew your favorite cup of coffee, sitting on your own couch and feeling comfortable?
If you feel you’d be more productive working your own hours in your own home, read on for some tips and tricks to help your work and life move in that direction.
Question: I want to start letting my employees work from home. What risks should I be aware of and how can I avoid them? (name one risk)