What if they told you that starting tomorrow you won’t have to get up early in the morning, get stuck in traffic and spend 8 hours in the office, but you will be able to do all the paperwork calmly from home? Welcome to telecommuting.
Never like now do you hear more and more people talk about telecommuting or agile work. Interest in “smart” work is constantly growing. It is a reality that has come to stay and establish itself.
The International Labor Organization defines working remotely as a form of work that is carried out in a location far from a central office or production facility, separating the worker from personal contact with work colleagues who are in that office and as new technology makes this separation possible by facilitating communication.
What are the benefits of working remotely?
Working remotely: a pleasant and satisfactory solution for both workers and companies.
Improves the autonomy and freedom of the employee, allowing greater flexibility
Saves the company money in terms of work environments, transportation.
Improve work life balance with personal life.
If agile work is structured efficiently, there is an increase in productivity.
The quality of life of the employees is higher, which equates to greater interest.
If you can work anywhere you want, all you need is a computer and good independent work planning.
Tips for perfect smart work:
Separate work habitat dimension, different rooms.
Choosing the smart place smart work can be defined if there is silence and tranquility.
Private and cozy place where you can organize yourself, well sunny and illuminated.
Fully equipped and furnished apartments that offer you a space to telework and live at the same time: apartments with natural light, well lit, quiet neighbourhoods, two bedrooms, an equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi connection and all the peace of mind you need to work.
"Aquesta actuació està impulsada i subvencionada pel Servei Públic d'Ocupació de Catalunya i finançada al 100% pel Fons Social Europeu com a part de la resposta de la Unió Europea a la pandèmia de COVID-19"