Benefits of Working From Home (WFH)

While so many are focusing on the drawbacks and challenges we’re all facing in the wake of COVID-19 and the shift to working from home (WFH) operations, we’re adapting, staying positive, and seeking out incremental improvements as we go.

To help you on your journey, we’ve looked at all aspects of the new WFH model and put together the best insights and benefits for you.

WFH benefits for employers:

  • Working from home has helped many companies cut costs, scaling back on expensive office leases and other physical expenses.
  • With people discovering their potential to work from home the freelancing market is seeing a surge in entrants, giving firms opportunities to work with talented professionals they previously wouldn’t have had access to.
  • With firms discovering their ability to keep functioning with a remote workforce, many are finding new opportunities to reduce work scopes and outsource projects to freelancers across everything from customer service to mobile development.
  • There’s ample potential for growth, with organisations racing to find solutions to new market gaps (for example tech firms attempting to solve poor connectivity issues, digital security, collaboration tools, etc.)
  • Though we’re further apart we’re more connected than ever, with leading senior managers finding that thanks to greater adoption of telecommuting technology they can engage with teams quicker and easier, no matter where they are.

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At Ultimate Edge Communications, we actively push ourselves to be better and meet new challenges head-on. What we’re seeing right now with COVID-19 is that the disruption of previously normal business operations with the rise of remote work (WFH) as a viable business model, it’s a new dynamic approach to management that allows us to adapt to new benefits and is helping us thrive as a team and a business.

Contact us if you’re a freelancer we’re always looking for new talented professionals to add to our extended team.

You can refer to our previous posts on how to manage the shift to working from home (WFH) for both employers and employees that prove when done properly, it’s a win-win proposition.

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