Tuesday, 27 September 2016


Work From Home Optimization Guide - Tips & Apps
Ooma, 6 September 2016.

Did you know that the number of employees working from home is on the rise? 3.7 million employees, approximately 2.8% of the workforce, operate from home. Since 2005, working at home among the non-self-employed population has grown by 103%. Improved technology, such as high-speed Internet, better video conferencing and more reliable shared drive platforms, has enabled companies to work more with telecommuters than traditional office employees.

Whether you’re working from home five days a week or just one, we have a few tips to help you stay focused and ensure you can optimize your time.

Infographic Sources:
Flexible Workspaces: Employee Perk Or Business Tool To Recruit Top Talent?
2. Latest Telecommuting Statistics
3. There's No Place Like a Home Office: Staples Survey Shows Telecommuters are Happier and Healthier, With 25% Less Stress When Working from Home
4. The Rule of 52 and 17: It's Random, But it Ups Your Productivity
5. Does Working from Home Work? Evidence from a Chinese Experiment
6. Social Media Distractions Cost U.S. Economy $650 Billion [INFOGRAPHIC]
7. Daily time spent on social networks rises to 1.72 hours
8. Cold Turkey
9. DeskTime
10. 'P-touch® Means Business' Survey Reveals Offices Waste More Than $177 Billion Per Year Looking for Lost Items
11. Sitting Time and All-Cause Mortality Risk in 222 497 Australian Adults
12. Varidesk
13. Outlet Products
14. Is Noise Always Bad? Exploring the Effects of Ambient Noise on Creative Cognition
15. Coffitivity
16. Exposure to Natural Light Improves Workplace Performance
17. A Literature Review of the Effects of Natural Light on Building Occupants
18. LIFX
19. Scientists agree: Coffee naps are better than coffee or naps alone
20. Sartorial symbols of social class elicit class-consistent behavioral and physiological responses: A dyadic approach
21. Enclothed cognition

[Source: Ooma.]

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