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THE WORKPLACE REVOLUTION : Traditional offices don't work anymore, so why work in the past? The way we work is changing. Freelancing is on the rise, companies are expanding internationally and technology is helping employees stay productive wherever they are. It is now easier than ever to put our businesses on the map. And there is been an increase in flexible working hours and telecommuting like we have never seen before.

(1). As more companies seek to reduce overheads and grow overseas, the movement towards flexibility offers an exciting opportunity. Shifting employees to smaller satellite offices, co-working spaces and bookable meeting rooms close to their homes or clients means that businesses can drive their company growth without forking out for the global real estate.

(2). New technologies are making it easier than ever to create intercontinental workforces and put our businesses on the global map. Employees are looking to use this new connectivity to create a better work-life balance and to make their daily output more efficient. Latest surveys show how this change has already started, and reveals many of the ideas and motivations behind the flexible working revolution:

(3).Remote working on the rise : 54% of global respondents already work remotely 2.5 days per week or more. 83% of executives plan to increase their use of flexible employment in the coming years, meaning these numbers are set to rise.

(4).New Cloud technology

(5). Better Wi-Fi and modern communication tools mean we are on call 24/7. Relishing remote work : As these tech advances help employees take their work with them, they are increasingly seeing the advantages of flexible workspaces.

(6). Reasons global business people plan to work remotely: 59% Be closer to clients and prospects, 56% Improve concentration, 55% Improve travel schedule, 53% Improve productivity, 51% Attend events and training sessions, 46% Improve morale, 46% Be closer to my family, 39% Be closer to members of my team, 38% Get away from noisy office.

(7). The future: Business people working remotely 2.5 days a week or more, As companies move to more flexible working practices, their workspaces will become smaller, more numerous and more global, Workers get the freedom and productivity benefits of remote working , companies boost their productivity, reach new markets and reduce overheads.


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