[VIDEO] How to Ask Your Boss to Let You Work From Home
Despite its increasing popularity in the American workplace, the idea of working from home is still a taboo subject for bosses and managers across the country.
While it’s every supervisor’s nightmare to imagine their employees lazing about the house and answering two emails roughly 30 minutes before close-of-business, multiple studies confirm telecommuting employees are more productive and take fewer sick days.
Add to that the savings on rent due fewer in-office staff and the resulting smaller office space, and you’ve got yourself a cost-effective, company-wide win-win. Check out this video for our top tips on how to make telecommuting work for you and your company.
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