Work From Home To Save Money And Ease Congestion.
It’s about time the concept of working from home is a more readily available option for today’s work force. I read this morning that on the island of Bermuda the government is considering having a portion of their employees work from home in an effort to save money and ease congestion in the capital city, where most civil servants tend to work. The work from home idea is being welcomed by environmentalists and even the union representative for the workers see this as a step forward.
Government Estates and Information Services Minister Michael Scott mentioned that it will require a “complete cultural change”. he also went on to say…
“Civil servants working from home would reduce the number of offices we would have to maintain and power costs; lighting and air conditioning are huge costs on their own.
The move would also cut down on road congestion, pollution and fuel consumption from commuting.”
The benefits of a work at home job works in the best interest of both the worker and employer and though some training may be required to ensure productivity quotas are met, I applaud the government of Bermuda for this positive step forward.
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