The list of employers who allow their employees to work from home continues to grow. Subsequently, the divide in opinions of whether employers should allow employees to utilize their home offices also grows. Many companies still believe that when employees are working from home they do not accomplish as much as they do when they’re in the office. They picture the employee wasting time, instead of fulfilling their daily tasks. In contrast, the advocates of a work from home policy state that the increased level of employee happiness allows the employees to be more productive.
When offering your employees the opportunity to work from home, it’s very important to review the pros and cons of this decision.
With the ease of working from home, increasing commute times and demands on family life the appeal for your employees to work from home is just going to increase so now is the time to start working on a plan for your company. Try to take advantage of every situation available to test out what works for your team as each case will be different. If one day there is bad weather, then allow your team to work from home. If one of your staff has a sick child, give them the permission to work from home.
As you test these options, communicate to your team and request honest and open feedback. You can figure out what works best for your company and start to formulate the best plan for your team.
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