The last 12 months of enforced working from home has shown many companies that there are alternatives to the traditional office model. Both the nature of modern office work and the technology available to us mean that we don’t need to be tied to a physical space to get our jobs done. We can work in the office, at home, in coffee shops, in co-working spaces and on the move.
According to Gallup, people who work remotely 60-80% of the time have the highest levels of engagement with their work. As employees, we are capable of determining which option is best fit for the work we are doing. And with this flexibility we can be more productive, healthier, happier and ultimately more engaged.