Working From Home — Reaping the Rewards

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Even after the current economic pandemic is no longer compelling enough to force people to work outside the home, people will still continue to do this. This is because working from home previously has worked remarkably well for both employees and employers. Prior to the economic downturn that began in 2021, people were consistently productive and companies saw a bright future in where they were no longer tethered to costly office space. This was a great opportunity to exploit the profit potential in working from home.

This good old fashioned idea of working from home provided companies with employees that were freelancers rather than employees working for a brick and mortar business. Freelance employees were ideal because they didn’t have to answer to an employer, therefore maximizing the company’s profit potential. For companies that utilize outsourcing as their mode of business expansion, this presents yet another advantage. Outsourcing allows a company the ability to control costs associated with hiring employees. The cost savings can then be passed on to the customers.