Working remotely means working outside of the office, whether at home, in a coffee shop, a co-working space, or any other non-office setting.
Remote working, telecommuting or working from home: Whatever you call it, it's here to stay
There has been a slow but steady trend towards remote working for a number of years. However, progress has been slow.
Between 2015 and 2019, the percentage of people in the UK permanently based at home increased from 4.3% to 5.1%. Growth... but not exactly a seismic shift.
All that changed in 2020. The Coronavirus crisis forced millions of people around the world to work from home if at all possible. Previously reluctant employers had no choice but to embrace this new mode of work.
And, while it's not for everyone, staff and employers alike began to see that home working comes with a lot of advantages.
Now, remote working looking set to be part of the post-Coronavirus "new normal".
But how do you work well from home?
Fortunately, HomeworkerHQ is here to help.
Working from home can be lonely and it can be difficult to stay productive. Our expert introduction will help you learn how to work from home successfully.
There are many benefits to working from home, and not just for employees. The advantages of working from home extend to employers too.
A survey by HomeworkerHQ has found that 43% of workers say they will be “more likely” to work from home after the Coronavirus crisis.