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Working From Home The New Normal?

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Working From Home (WFH) the new trend is here to stay! 

Working From Home (WFH) is a common phrase we hear these days in the corporate world as well as in the domestic world.  Yes, after the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19 pandemic) the companies around the world are advising their staff to work from home as many countries are under a different form of lockdown.

Working From Home (WFH) The Great Benefits

This is indeed a new phenomenon never happened before in the history of the corporate world.

The recent survey by Gartner reveals that 88% of organizations have encouraged or required workers to work from home, regardless of whether or not they showed coronavirus-related symptoms.

  • The average remote worker gains 408 hours of more free time and can save as much as $7,000 over commuters per year.
  • 67% of employers report increased productivity for remote workers compared to in-office workers.
  • Assuming the average worker travels 30 miles or less each day, each telecommuter would save 3.2 metric tons of CO2 each year.

Looking at the present scenario and the many benefits connected with it, this trend is unlikely to change in the near future.  And in many cases, it may become a permanent one too.

Working From Home (WFH) the new trend is here to stay! Check out its various benefits in this infographic by Computers in the City via Click To Tweet

And in any case, if it turns out to be a new normal business one needs to cope with it and ready to make a big shift.

Are you happened to be one among them?

If yes, this post is for you.  This infographic developed by Computers In The City reveals a lot of information about this new phenomenon, like, benefits of remote work culture and various other aspects connected with it.

Working From Home

Working From Home With Kids Pat Flynn Shares

Pat Flynn, Founder of SmartPassiveIncome platform,  with his 10+ years, experience in this trend shares his tips and tricks through this video.
He says, “If you’ve got kids, then you’re probably experiencing how difficult it is to get anything productive done at home, especially if they’re on the younger side.
As a father of a 10 and 7-year old, staying focused and staying on task is the name of the game, and in this video, I want to share some tips and tricks I’ve learned, and how to avoid some potential traps you might fall into so that you can better manage working from home with kids in the house.
I’ve been working from home for 12 years, and if you’d like even more productivity tips for managing your calendar and time in the house, then I recommend you check out this popular video here, too.

Working From Home – Remote Workers and Micro-Management

Here is an infomative note on this new normal I went through the other day on GrowMap platform of Gail Gardner the Business Marketing Strategist, and Business Manager of BizSugar Internet Marketing platform.  I am so glad and previleaged to quote her words here below:

Work from home (WFH) has clear benefits for workers. And it can lower expenses for employers. Happier workers change jobs less often and are healthier, too.

However, many managers have difficulty trusting their employees. And that led to a lot of software solutions for tracking them. But can you function under that microscope?

Work from home has clear benefits for workers’ and can lower expenses for employers. Says Gail Gardner of GrowMap.Work from home has clear benefits for workers' and can lower expenses for employers. Says Gail Gardner of GrowMap. Click To Tweet

Micromanaging has serious downsides. Check out the statistics in the infographic below for by details.

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  1. Narottam Arya
    Narottam Arya

    Nice work.
    Good to know a lot of things from this post in connection with the work from home culture.
    As said, this is to stay here for our good. There are a lot of benefits to the employees as well as the employers for continuing this strategy.
    Thanks for sharing this information with your readers.

    July 5, 2020
  2. Ravi Gupta
    Ravi Gupta

    Very interesting article. Love this article. Waiting for this type of more articles.

    July 9, 2020
  3. Er Ravi Gupta
    Er Ravi Gupta

    Hey very informative post!!! Very helpful for me.

    July 9, 2020
  4. Husain

    Thanks for publishing helpful article, A very timely post indeed.
    Keep sharing such more informative and educative posts in the days ahead.

    June 10, 2021
  5. Eeist

    Good and detailed Article about work from home.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Keep up the good work ☺️🙏

    May 4, 2022

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