One of first moves I made to create more freedom and flexibility with my day job was to transition to a work-at home employee. The immediate benefits of telecommuting are:
- Reduced commute time gave me a small but valuable chunk of time to invest in my business
- Reduced stress by avoiding morning and evening traffic
- Increased productivity – instead of break time being spent around the water cooler, I spent it unloading the dishwasher.
And the benefits weren’t all one sided. The company I worked at home for reduced their carbon imprint, reduced the physical space they needed, and improved their reputation as a company with flexible work options for working mothers – all because they instituted a work from home program.
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- 1 in 5 Workers Worldwide Telecommute. Are You the One? (grasshopper.com)
- Survey: Telecommuting Becoming More Prevalent [INFOGRAPHIC] (mashable.com)
- Telecommuting is Here to Stay (danasullivank.wordpress.com)
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