As we become more and more plugged in, it becomes easier (and more feasible) to do more from a distance. That’s true of work, phone calls, or just sending information at a moment’s notice. It’s 2016 – you don’t need a fax machine or an uninterrupted phone line; you need a smartphone with decent reception. Add in a home computer with Internet access, and the options are almost endless … and they’re constantly expanding.
Which is why it might not be all that surprising that working from home is becoming more and more common, more accepted, and really, considered a growing norm.
For the workers, that means a lessened (or completely eliminated commute), more convenient hours, a relaxed dress code, and more...Read More