Sat­is­fac­tion in work­ing away from the of­fice

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AN IN­CREASE in re­mote work­ing, driven by global busi­nesses and mod­ern tech­nol­ogy, may be lead­ing to more sat­is­fied work­ers.

Re­cruit­ment firm Hays says more or­gan­i­sa­tions than ever are en­cour­ag­ing their em­ploy­ees to work beyond the of­fice.

It can in­crease pro­duc­tiv­ity, cut costs and im­prove em­ploy­ees’ mo­ti­va­tion by giv­ing them a bet­ter work/life bal­ance.

Re­gional direc­tor Lisa Mor­ris says the na­ture of em­ploy­ment is evolv­ing fast and is chang­ing the way jobs are struc­tured and ex­e­cuted.

But she says to be ef­fec­tive em­ploy­ees work­ing re­motely must fol­low the same rules as those work­ing in an of­fice.

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