It’s traditional to think employees should be in the office at the desk, or behind the tills. However, it’s now safer to work remotely and many businesses are wanting to do so for the foreseeable future now.
Working from home can take the pressure off from the conventional office setting and is now an acceptable practice for many modern businesses.
Being at work every day for five days a week, for most people, this is a place they spend more time than their own home.
In this blog we explore how to make that transition between cubicle worker to home based worker and some of the pros and cons.
If you have ever considered the option, know that you aren’t the only one. According to statistics, there are over 38 million home-based business in the US, and that number is only set to increase over the coming years.
There are some ways that you can make your office appropriate for the times, and a hub of productivity. Here are some of them.