Home working: top tips for employers
By Karen Fletcher
The Trade Unions Congress has reported that since 2007 more than half a million more people work from home, bringing the total number to more than four million.
We look at some top tips for employers when considering requests from employees to work from home.
Many employers are still wary of letting their staff work from home and the Trade Unions Congress urges them to try it out: ‘Modern home-working is good for the economy as it increases productivity, helps businesses hold on to talented staff and allows people with caring responsibilities or a disability to access the labour market.’ …
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