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Advantages of a Virtual office

April 13, 2017 No Comments

Featured article by Samantha Pierre, Independent Technology Author

This article will take you through some advantages of a virtual office, there are many ways that a virtual office could be a great asset to your company. Loc8 Commercial can locate you your dream office. Here are some ways your employees and your business can benefit from virtual offices.

1. Less overheads

This is great because it means you will be an ahead of the competition, running your business will be a lot less expensive than it is for your competitors because they are making payment to facilities such as utilities, insurance, rent, taxes and legal expenses which you will be avoiding with a virtual office.

2. Save money on technology

The “term bring your own technology” is a term commonly used for school children when students want to bring in their own computer/ laptop because they do not like the computers that their school have. This term is now quickly making its way in to the business world. By working remotely, employees can have the the technology they prefer and also hold the responsibility of upgrading when it is convenient for them.

3. No Commute time

An average of 3-4 hours a day that could be spent working is spent commuting such as on the train, on the bus or driving. Because of that, productivity has increased and employees are now a lot more focused. With an average of 3-4 hours this could be nearly half a day’s work for people with virtual offices and this is just too much time to miss throughout the day.

4. Enhanced productivity

Since the time and stress spent on commuting is eliminated, there is more time for work. With more time for work a lot more work will get done. This then leads to a lot more productivity and enhanced job skills. It also means that extra time is devoted to work.

5. Virtual office workers are better at time management

Since they balance family and work virtual office workers have to meet deadlines most of the time, they are better at managing time and even understand the value of time better.

 

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