Satisfaction in working away from the office
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.