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Why homework is right for your business
Why homework is right for your business
Preferred working location of office based staff who worked from home temporarily during 2020*
81% of individuals currently working from home that feel they would be more productive if they had a purpose built workstation*​

Average monthly cost of office space per person per month

*Aggregated employee engagement survey carried out in July 2020

We believe all businesses should be able to decide ‘where’ works best for them and their employees

Over the past decade, employee engagement surveys have consistently indicated flexible working is in growing demand and companies that offer a solution to enable flexible working are able to position themselves ahead of competitors when attracting talent.

The 2020 lockdown has shown that businesses can still function when the workforce are not in the office and in turn, raised questions on what more can be done to maintain a healthy work-life balance and limit unnecessary travel time.

Businesses have opted for new ways of operating with some making the full transition to remote working, whilst others have found that splitting time between the office and home works best for both the business and individual worker.​

Moreover, with rent increasing for commercial property across the country, many companies have increased employee satisfaction whilst simultaneously achieving significant financial benefits by relaxing the requirements for all employees to commute to the office everyday – reducing the size of office they require.

Preferred working location of office based staff who worked from home temporarily during 2020*

81% of individuals currently working from home that feel they would be more productive if they had a purpose built workstation*

Average monthly cost of office space per person per month

*Aggregated employee engagement survey carried out in July 2020

We believe all businesses should be able to decide ‘where’ works best for them and their employees

Over the past decade, employee engagement surveys have consistently indicated flexible working is in growing demand and companies that offer a solution to enable flexible working are able to position themselves ahead of competitors when attracting talent.

The 2020 lockdown has shown that businesses can still function when the workforce are not in the office and in turn, raised questions on what more can be done to maintain a healthy work-life balance and limit unnecessary travel time.

Businesses have opted for new ways of operating with some making the full transition to remote working, whilst others have found that splitting time between the office and home works best for both the business and individual worker.​

Moreover, with rent increasing for commercial property across the country, many companies have increased employee satisfaction whilst simultaneously achieving significant financial benefits by relaxing the requirements for all employees to commute to the office everyday – reducing the size of office they require.

If your business works at its best in the office, at home or the ‘new normal’ of a combination of both, it should not be at the expense of productivity and the physical well-being of your employees.