McGee, Rita
February 2009
People Management;2/12/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p37
The article offers tips on making the business case for homeworking. Employers are advised to do an intangible cost-benefit analysis by getting the data on current costs of office space per employee. Among the factors that must be considered are the cost of setting up homeworking arrangements, which covers the cost of additional information technology (IT) equipment. The need to assess the capability of the employee and the manager to handle the challenges of homeworking is also cited.


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