Is telecommuting good for employees and employers?

It is if you are to believe a headline from PC magazine. Tony Bradley penned an article that discusses the evolution of technology and how it impacts the workplace. As he puts it, "the tedious standard of spending 40 hours a week sitting in a cubicle is fading as employers and workers both embrace the benefits associated with telecommuting."

Bradley hits on a heart issue in his article: employees know they have to be in a traditional office space from 8 to 5 and have little incentive to work harder or faster because that will ultimately just increase their workload. He cites a study from the National Communication Association about how employees working remotely are happier, shielded from more stress of office politics and constant interruptions.

I agree with Bradley's ultimate conclusion that telecommuting is great for everyone. I do it. I work from Davinci Virtual Office Solutions, yet I do not report to corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. I work in a virtual office just south of Ft. Lauderdale. If you are in Ft. Lauderdale, you could run into me one day at any of these Davinci virtual office locations:

Davinci Virtual office has plenty of options to choose from in South Florida cities like Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and beyond. Of course, Davinci Virtual has the largest network of reputable virtual office locations of any company in the industry. So whether you are exploring telecommuting for the first time or are just looking for a better virtual office at which to hang your hat, check out what we have to offer.

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