Working from Home | Mary Love

A lot of people used to working in the office might find working from home difficult and annoying. But, you have to admit that working from home comes with its remarkable benefits.⠀

According to, “The benefits of enabling employees to work remotely have been driving a steady increase in its acceptance throughout the U.S. According to FlexJobs, a service connecting telecommuters with employers, more than 4.7 million Americans either worked remotely or telecommuted at least half-time by 2018, which is more than twice the number who had done so just ten years earlier.”⠀

Here are a list of benefits they shared that applies to both employees and employers:⠀

💖 Each remote worker saves their employer an average of $10,000 a year on workspace and related expenses.⠀
💖 Employers can tap into talent anywhere around the world since their workforce isn’t location-dependent. Diversity — which many companies regard as an asset to their workforce — can also grow more easily.⠀
💖 Better morale among employees with less turnover, lower absenteeism and greater engagement is a likely outcome, even with part-time work from home allowances. Flexible scheduling is a high priority for most employees, and remote work enables it.⠀
💖 Higher productivity has been repeatedly cited by professionals who work remotely. ⠀
💖 As an economic development tool, it can help attract new residents to struggling rural communities where living costs are low.⠀
💖 Remote work can make an organization’s personnel more inclusive by enabling people with certain disabilities or chronic illness to participate.⠀

It might not be an ideal work setup for many but it would be a great option if the working world adapts it permanently beyond the pandemic.⠀

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