A growing number of architects and advocates are promoting an ambitious vision of energy-efficient, data-driven homes–many of which have been around for decades.
Research from Stanford and other sources reveals that working from home vastly increases productivity..
For all the advantages of working from home, the blurring of lines between work and leisure time is a real drawback.
A great many companies allow their employees to work from home now, but few are as committed to the concept at Automattic, the software company behind WordPress.
For those of us that work from home and others that still have work to do when then get home from the office, a well-organized home office is a necessity.
As a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), for the tax years 2018 through 2025, you cannot deduct home office expenses if you are an employee.
Despite the lack of square footage, a home office is made possible thanks to a brilliant glass solution.
Working from home is an increasingly common 21st century company perk. It means greater flexibility for employees, particularly when it comes to work-life balance, and it’s become a hallmark of progressive company culture.
We know the number of freelancers is on the rise, but more than half (55%) of hiring managers agree that remote work among full-time permanent employees is becoming more common, too.
"Smart organisations recognise that a bespoke workplace goes a long way towards keeping their people happy, engaged and healthy."
Imagine you’re hiring a new Senior Engineer. How many potential candidates do you think there are within a reasonable commute distance? Now, how many candidates are there within the full country? Big difference.
Everyone’s trying to figure out how to bring wellness into the environment for productivity and increased emotional health.
Some people like to work from home because it frees them from distractions. The workplace certainly can be distracting, but how much focus time do people really need?
The most productive sector – the professional services industry – is the most likely to offer employees flexible hours, with 36 percent of professional services employees saying it is available to them.