Whatever size organisation and whether considering home working as an option for one employee or multiple, if correctly implemented, the financial, wellbeing and environmental benefits can be significant for both


  • Significantly reduced travel costs

  • Significantly reduced daily expenditures on food and beverages

  • Potential for childcare savings

  • Apportion certain home expenditures to the business

  • Spend less on work clothes or uniform

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  • Reduced commuting time

  • Potential to avoid peak travel periods

  • Flexible work hours

  • Reduced stress levels

  • Reduced sickness levels

  • Less exposure general sickness and viruses

  • Improved wellbeing

  • Be judged on completed work, not how long it took

  • Increased motivation

  • More choice over leisure and exercise time


  • Lower greenhouse gas emissions due to reduced employee commuting by road and rail

  • Reduced office energy consumption

  • Reduced office water consumption

  • Lower waste creation as home working typically translates to a conscious effort to reduce consumable usage

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Creating the most work conducive environment within the WFH zone requires careful consideration of practical, wellbeing and aesthetic products. The correct furniture, lighting, décor and other elements are directly relatable to employee satisfaction and productivity levels

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Understanding the WFH implications on Tax, Human Resource, Health & Safety and Insurance can help to provide reassurance and potentially significant benefits to both the employer and employee. Equally the same can be said for being aware of and implementing the most suitable IT and Communication solutions