Telecommuting - Is Your Business Capable?
Growing up, I remember watching traditional family TV shows from the 1950s and seeing that the dad worked all day but came home promptly at 6:00 p.m. to join his family for dinner. Fast forward to 2011 and times have changed, wouldn't you agree?
There is a cultural change taking place for both employers and employees that can allow many the opportunity to balance their time between work and home. It's telecommuting - do you do it? Telecommuting means you have the capability to work from home at least one day per week. According to Telework Exchange, 79% of people would work from home if they could.
With rising gas prices and record breaking winter weather patterns, this has been the ideal winter to telecommute. If your business has suffered losses in productivity, customer service and sales due to inclement weather, it's the perfect time to learn about telecommuting or teleworking.
Employees are looking to work for companies that give them the flexibility to manage their work/life balance and cutting down on commuting times can certainly help achieve this goal. As an employer, you have the ability to recruit and retain better employees because you offer the benefit to work from home. Fortune magazine recently released the 2011 list for The 100 Best Companies To Work For and 83% of those companies offer telecommuting. Do you?
Click on the slide below to watch a video offering tips for companies who are considering Telecommuting for their employees.
If you are looking for a way to achieve continuity of operations and increase employee satisfaction call LeBlanc Communications at 203-493-0267 to see how we can help. We're always looking for a better way to
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