The Many Perks of Working From Home

One of my all-time favorite sites, Mashable.com, published an infographic about the perks of working from home. The perks include gaining extra time you may otherwise spend commuting, saving money on gas and helping the environment, among others.

Those of us who work from home already know the perks and probably could add a few more. If you’re not working from home, consider using this infographic as ammunition to convince your boss to let you go home and work.

What perks would you add?

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  1. Wow never realized the average commute is still around 25 minutes, that is amazing when I consider my commute is 5 seconds! Thanks Lisa for sharing this infographic. I remember during my corporate JOB days it was a huge no, no to do any work from home. Today it is normal to have many employees to be able to take work home or work from home as it can lower employers expenses and provide the employees with better moral since they can be at home tending to family.
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    • I was shocked by that commute time too. That’s almost an hour a day in the car, on the train, etc. Few of us have an extra hour to waste each day. I appreciate my short commute every time I have an early morning meeting with a client and have to fight traffic.
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  2. No Dress Code! Yey! Which means I spend a lot less money on clothes. Yipee! :)
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  3. I love working from home. When I do have to go somewhere for work, it’s more of a treat than a burden, which makes me happier in both places. Great post!
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