July 1, 2013


The benefits of telework are manifest: employers attract better workers and save money on office real estate, while employees get more flexible schedules and the ability to cut out the odious daily commute. The practice is catching on, with nearly one in ten Americans and one in five of the world’s workers working from home at least once a week. But while the logic and numbers are clear, many firms might be stuck in their ways, unsure over how they ought to roll out this new way of working and unable to overcome the inertia of the status quo.

Thankfully, companies that have blazed the telework trail are willing to share their stories.

Much more at the link.

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