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The pros and cons of employing telecommuters

The workplace environment has changed dramatically over the last decade, with the practice of working from home becoming a more accepted workstyle.

Telecommuting refers to employees who work exclusively from home, but also includes those who part-time at home, and part-time in the office. While this workstyle has been found to provide a number of benefits to a business and its employees, there are some circumstances where it may not always be the best approach for a business to take. Certain positions, such as ones that don’t require a large amount of collaboration, are better suited to telecommuting. Businesses should also be aware that for telecommuting to succeed, the right technology and the right structure must be incorporated.

To help decide if telecommuting is right for you, here are some pros and cons of the practice:

Pros

Cons

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