The American workforce has largely embraced flexible work practices, such as coworking and telecommuting, to help improve their lives and commute.
The average American spends nearly an hour getting to and from work, and that number is worse in big cities. So why not work from home and eliminate this daily annoyance?
Telecommuting has become an attainable option for many workers thanks to technological advancements that allow us to do work from wherever, whenever.
Remote working offers numerous benefits for both employees and employers, such as using commute times towards productive tasks, attracting and retaining a broader talent field, reduced sick days, better work-life balance and much more.
Still, several organizations have yet to offer flexibility for their workers due to concerns about the costs of training and culture change. But as research has proven, the benefits of flexible workplaces has been proven to boost morale and motivate workers, improving the overall operations of a business.