Guide to working from home

Still, many employers are concerned that the home office scheme amounts to being in their pajamas and watching Netflix. In reality, as you will see later, it tends to make employees more productive. Long ago, some believed that the home office was another millennial idea. It is now a globally accepted approach to how we work and live, while representing the opportunity to acquire talent anywhere in the world. The World Economic Forum considers it as one of the drivers of job transformation. Download for free in this article the guide to be more productive and manage your time. If you need to implement the home office for a while or want to explore its possibilities in the long term, this guide is for you. You will know the scope of remote work and what you need to implement it in your organization. What is home office? The home office scheme is one of the forms of remote work where you work from home, using telecommunication channels such as email, videoconferencing, instant messaging and phone calls instead of going to the office. It involves any type of non-face-to-face collaboration. I present you some statistics: • According to FlexJobs, 41% of businesses globally report that they use the telework scheme, to some extent. • The same source mentions that 75% of remote workers would not change their employment scheme throughout their career. • About 60% of remote employees consider that their happiness and productivity are better in this type of job. • A study published that Mexico has more than 2.5 million teleworkers; Argentina, more than a million; Chile, half a million and Colombia 122 thousand. Costa Rica has more than 30 thousand remote workers. Comment on our social media Síguenos en Facebook Instagram YouTube COLDWELL BANKER MÉXICO