Telework today offers great advantages to organizations.
The Walters People Labor Market Survey shows that 72% of professionals blame their lack of productivity on interruptions and noise generated by the office itself. The stress it causes can have a negative impact on employee motivation and productivity.
The possibility of working from home is seen by professionals as an efficient way to boost their work performance, with 68% believing they could be more productive if they had this alternative.
When organizations offer the opportunity to work from home on a regular or full-remote basis, they not only reduce the possibility of this stress spreading within the organization, but also achieve greater employee well-being. Telecommuting is also a determining factor for 52% of respondents when looking for new employment opportunities, a percentage that is higher among younger generations.
In addition to the benefits mentioned above, telecommuting also contributes to the company’s goal of being environmentally neutral. It is no coincidence that most of the pollution in major cities is caused by transportation during the commute to and from the workplace. Adopting a hybrid work environment means rationalizing time and resources, dispensing with a polluting commute when it is not really necessary if the worker can do his job from home.
Thanks to the technological tools available today, working from home is not an obstacle to performing functions in an operational and effective manner.
With this new work landscape, a print service provider can manage its customers’ consumables needs with the tools provided by Nubeprint to perform automated replenishment of consumables and monitor the behavior and status of printing equipment.
Source:Robert Walters, Nubeprint