Going To Work In Your JimJams (or even loungewear) – The Remote Working Debate.

Going To Work In Your JimJams (or even loungewear) – The Remote Working Debate.

 

 

 

Work from Home

 

I have a friend who works from home about six days a month. The business he works for has decided that as long as the work gets finished on time, and that his productivity is not affected, then there is no need for him to be in the office or on site every day.

 

It sounds perfect doesn’t it? No more rushing to work, no more hastily throwing wet washing in the dryer at 7 am (oh come on, we have all done it) and no more frustrating delay in traffic or humid bus journeys.

 

The truth is actually a little more down to earth though, so here are few pros and cons of teleworking.

 

PROS

 

 

 

 

On the other hand…

 

CONS

 

 

 

 

 

There is probably no simple yes or no answer to the question of whether teleworking is worth it. In the end, it probably comes down the individual person and how they feel most productive.

 

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