Offices aren’t working
A study by one Stanford University professor found that employees working from home made 13.5% more calls at home than in the office by the end of the week. Put someone in a cubicle, and they give you hours. Give them the freedom to work from home, and they give you tasks. Plus, studies also show that you’re more likely to stay with an employer who gives you the flexibility to work at least a couple of days a week at home.