Telecommuting is the movement of the future, which allows more people to work away from the office. It had started with the lower level of the working class workers but with the success it had, it's rapidly moving toward the executive level. There are two forms of commuting that the employees use today, one is home telecommuting. They transmit data and documents from home and maintain a close contact with the co-workers through the email and video calls. The other form is central based telecommuting. It involves the use of an office close to home where the employees work without direct suppression. Telecommuting has many benefits on the employees and the company.
Telecommuting could be an efficient way for saving money. It will allow the cooperation to be more profitable. The primary saving for the companies upon telecommuting is the reduction of the amount of office space required to conduct the business.
In addition, the employees' of the company that offer telecommuting often have a better retention rate than the companies that don't. For example, according to a small computer firm based in Seattle, they have saved over 500,000$ a year since they don't need to lease more office space for their growing company. Furthermore, the saved money can be spent on other projects and that will increase the company's profit. Moreover for the employees, telecommuting is economic. It helps reduce the cost of gas and decrease the cars at the rush hours. This implies to decrease the taxes. The above evidence proves that the telecommuting is economic on both the company and the employee.
One huge benefit for telecommuting is the flexibility of the employee's schedule. Telecommuting allows for increased flexibility to coordinate work schedules with personal and family priorities. Moreover, flexible working arrangements improve quality and the...