Remote work is growing in popularity across the country and in many different industries, but there's still one major problem with telecommuting: managers and executives who aren't willing to give it a try.
Rarely in the business world does one idea—one fundamental change in thinking—bring profound advantages for both a company and its workers. But the benefits of telecommuting and other flexible work options make it clear they fit that bill. Here are five big benefits of telecommuting for employees and employers!
The history of remote work has deep roots, spanning several generations! These five fun facts about remote work might be eye-opening—and just might inspire you to look for a flexible job, too!
Despite scores of articles about the pitfalls of flexibility, the flexible work trend continues. Here are three reasons flexible work is worth the effort.
Research Explainer: “Telecommuting and Earnings Trajectories Among American Women and Men 1989–2008”, Social Forces
A new study shows that the majority of telecommuting takes place after hours and on weekends, without a correlated increase in earnings.
A new study by Fracti found that the top three desired employee benefits are simple: medical benefits, flex time, and more vacation time.
We’ve all heard of being overstressed in the workplace, but what about being chronically bored? Read about the "bore out" trend and more.
From artificial intelligence assistants to virtual reality conferencing, the introduction of new types of technology will change how you work from home.