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Telecommuters Who Work From Home – Infographic

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Clocking in from the Couch – A peek at what we’re doing when we “work” from home.

Working from Home is becoming more common

Percent of workers who primarily work from home: 1980 – 2.3% 2010 – 4.3%

33% of companies allow some employees to work from home on a regular basis.
10% of Americans telecommute at least once a week.

How Educated are People who Work From Home?

Percent of employed workers, aged 25 and older, who worked at home on an average workday.

WHY DO THEY WORK FROM HOME?

WHAT ELSE DO PEOPLE DO WHILE “WORKING” FROM HOME?

Surveyed workers fessed up to doing non-work activities while they’re on the clock at home.

Putting in a load of laundry may not take any
more time than a quick chat at the water cooler, but what do at-home workers label as their
BIGGEST DISTRACTIONS?

What are workers wearing when they log on at home?

British company O2 asked 2,500 employees at its headquarters to work from home for one day. Employees saved an estimated 2,000 hours of commuting time.

Here’s what they did with the extra time:

2,000 HOURS

WHERE DO PEOPLE THINK THEY’RE THE MOST PRODUCTIVE?

MOST BOSSES AREN’T ON BOARD YET
When asked what their boss thinks about working remotely, employees said that their boss:

WHY NOT?

Most common problems bosses have with remote workers:

IS YOUR BOSS WATCHING?

Computer and mobile tracking applications are springing up to help bosses manage a remote workforce. These programs can:

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