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Is Working From Home Really Good For Your Business?

Written by Adam Foster

3rd August 2022

Hey, it’s Adam with your latest tech update.

Everyone’s worked from home in some way in the last couple of years.

You might still encourage it for your team.

But while it makes some staff happier and more productive, have you ever looked at the downsides?

Without the separation of home and workplace, many employees struggle to switch off. They’re at risk of burnout.

Whilw others may feel isolated, and less motivated without their colleagues around them.

There can be a big financial impact to your business, too.

Safe remote working needs the right tools: Whether that be laptops, phones or video call equipment.

Have you also considered the impact of your team’s internet connection? And perhaps even providing them with proper desks and chairs.

Most importantly, it’s sensible to put in place full cyber security protection wherever someone is working remotely.

Would you like us to audit your current setup? Well, we can see if we can help protect your staff and your business further

Just get in contact, we’d be happy to chat

That’s your tech update, more next week.

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