Working from your couch with daytime TV humming all day is probably the least significant benefit of telecommuting.
However, increased productivity, reduced turnover and cut costs are three advantages that should definitely pique interests.
It’s a common misconception that employees who work from home are slacking more often than not, but telecommuting has actually been shown to increase productivity.
Also, a terrible commute can be enough to drive anyone to a new job. Telecommuting can essentially make the morning slog a non-factor.
Finally, to telecommute you need document storage services, which can save money and improve efficiency by reducing paper usage. The simplicity of always accessible documents won’t disappoint your employees.
For more on how content management services can help you set up telecommuting, come back to Image One!