Undoubtedly the Cloud has made it easier than ever for people to achieve a work/life balance through telecommuting happiness.
Without the morning drive and battles with rush hour traffic, many workers find themselves happier working out of their home. This feeling is under-scored by a survey conducted last year by Staples that found Telecommuters Are Happier and Healthier.
Still, the inherent nature of having geographic barriers can be a struggle over time. Tech-trends writer Kimberly Crossland offers some sage advice on how you can help lead your staff to telecommuting happiness.
Guest post by Kimberly Crossland -
Despite all of the hubbub about our emerging ‘work anytime/anywhere’ paradigm, home offices can often feel lonesome, and sometimes work falls to the wayside because of the lack of satisfaction telecommuters receive by working in an office or with a group of people. When this happens, work quality and productivity may suffer.