Hallie Crawford, was asked to give her professional opinion as a Certified Career Coach to Zip Recruiter about allowing employees to work remotely, in this article titled: Why You Should Consider Letting Employees Work Remotely.
Are you an employer who is hesitant to let your staff work at home? If so, you may be demoralizing staff, losing key contributors and damaging your reputation with job seekers. You may also be missing out on cost saving opportunities.
According January, 2016 data compiled by GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com, 80% to 90% of the US workforce says they would like to telework at least part time. Regular work-at-home, among the non-self-employed population, has grown by 103% since 2005. GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com helps organizations and communities understand and communicate the business case for emerging workplace strategies such as telecommuting, hoteling, desk sharing, agile work, open office, and flexible work.