4 years ago
Working from home is becoming increasingly more popular due to various reasons including time and cost constraints as well as environmental considerations.
There are many benefits in allowing employees to work from home on a full or part-time basis – some of these include increased productivity, staff motivation, more environmentally friendly and greater staff motivation. In addition, it also widens the base from which you can recruit, boosting your chances of recruiting successfully.
So the big question is – do the benefits outweigh the pitfalls?
The pros and cons of working from home are clearly divided 50/50. The best possible solution may be for employees to split time between working from home and going to work which would allow employers the ability to manage their employees along with keeping the employee happy.
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