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Working from home as a remote worker seems like a dream job. That dream has become a reality for many in Asia, with authorities effectively mandating work-from-home policies due to the recent Coronavirus outbreak.
In some ways, we might consider this to be the world’s largest remote working experiment. It’s possible to use this as a baseline to assess the effectiveness of telecommuting, and to have a quantitative understanding on how it can benefit both employees and employers. But are companies ready to measure productivity, engagement, and employee satisfaction? Only time will tell.
How can working from home benefit employers, aside from obvious of reducing the risk that employees contract Coronavirus? Here is a list of the most prominent benefits that employers can experience by allowing employees to work at home:
Any company will be able to experience these benefits. However, they need to create a proper mindset among employees and let them know how work can be done from home while ensuring productivity. In order to do that, the employers can ask them to refer to a proper guide and follow the instructions carefully. Then they will be able to experience all the benefits associated with work from home employees without any difficulties.
Can we introduce remote working in the future?
Number of new cases reported with patients infected with Coronavirus will eventually subside. In another couple of months, we will likely see things coming back to normal. Along with that, it is important to take a look at the lessons that we learned by forcing employees to work from home.
From the feedback that we receive from most of the employees, remote working is as productive or more than employees coming into an office. This can benefit both employees as well as employers in the long run.