Have you ever thought about remote working, flexible working or working from home?
In our last three blogs (read them here, here, and here), we have already elaborated how home working has established itself as beneficial not only for employees who are working from home but also for employers who have encouraged it. While this method unquestionably increases productivity of the professionals and reduces overall cost of office space for the employer, how can an employer manage their home-based employees? Let us explore some key management techniques.
In our last two blogs about homeworking (read here and here), we described how homeworking has become a popular trend among professionals and the advantages and disadvantages associated with this mode of working. In this blog, we will explore a list of ten tried and tested tips and tricks suggested by various experts for successful homeworking.
In our last blog on home working, we explained how employees are seeking better work-life balance in today’s digital era, thereby making the option of working from home more viable and acceptable by companies. In fact, companies are increasingly adopting policies to enable more flexibility at the workplace and accommodate changing workplace demands and priorities. For employees looking to have more flexibility in their work, home working is a perfect solution where they can work remotely from home but continue to be treated like a normal employee and enjoy all the benefits provided by the company. However, although home working looks and sounds like an excellent concept, it does come with potential pitfalls to be aware of.
Thanks to the advent of high-speed internet, mobile devices, and digital meeting platforms, homeworking has become the latest fad in today’s corporate world. While many companies are yet to accept it as the preferred means of working, no one can deny that the popularity of homeworking is on the rise.