Working efficiently is the watch-word of today and as statistics show there are over 1.3 million permanent home workers and over 3.7 million employees who occasionally work from home or use home as a base. Therefore combining home networking, computer, broadband and advancing technologies, the possibility of realising the ideal scenario of the office environment in the home is now fully achievable.
Home working allows businesses to grow without the need to move. It contributes to a better work/life balance whilst reducing office costs and time spent commuting. By using more advanced technology these days employee’s that work from home don’t have to be detached from the office, a computer, phone and broadband allow us to stay in touch with colleagues.
Attract and retain the best staff
After pay, flexibility is the biggest motivator to change jobs. A recent Personnel Today survey found that 84% of people would change their jobs for a better work/life balance. There are other clear benefits to employees who can now do away with long commutes that waste time, cause pollution and raise stress levels. With a more motivated work force you can reduce staff turn around, recruitment costs and increase staff productivity..
Voice over Internet protocol, often shortened to VoIP is a service which allows your phone calls to travel across the Internet as data, just as as an Email does. This feature allows employees to work from home, or any location, whilst in effect still being linked to the main telephone system and appear to be working from the office with features like caller ID and voicemail available.
Today’s VoIP service has evolved and allows you to make and receive calls using standard phones, or even better, feature rich IP phones. This type of service can dramatically lower your telecommunication’s costs, whilst increasing your productivity. It provide’s useful features and capabilities that conventional phone technology can’t offer.
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