No commute means 1-2 extra hours per day to do what ever you want, rather than time spent stuck in traffic.
No water cooler gossip, clicking of keyboards or chatter from the next cubicle to distract you.
No one monitoring how you dress, sit or act in your work area. Do what makes you comfortable.
You Can Take Care of Family at Home
Have an aging parent or young child who needs someone in the house with them? Working remotely makes that possible.
You Can Travel While Working
Want to work from the beach for a month? What about spending another month visiting your sister? If there’s an internet connection and phone service, it’s in bounds for remote workers.
No Risk of Catching a Virus From Co-Workers
Avoid colds, the flu, covid-19 and what ever other germs could be floating around the office by working from home.
Reduce the amount of office space you need to rent by allowing some employees to work from home.
If employees are not in your office, some types of liability are reduced.
Larger Talent Pool
Hire from a global, regional or national talent pool rather than just those who live in your city.
Lower Electric and Utility Bills
With fewer employees in the office, less internet bandwidth, electricity, water and other utilities are needed.
Fewer Sick Days
If your staff aren’t around each other, it’s less likely that many workers will get sick at the same time because they won’t spread their sickness to each other.