Cloud technology and flexible working
Gone are the days of businesses owning or renting office spaces costing the earth and employees facing long arduous commutes to get there. Advances in cloud technology and technology in general now mean we are able to work more flexibly and many employees now work from home. Of course this depends on the nature of the business but flexible working offers many benefits for both the employee and the employer.
- Reduced spending on infrastructure/capital costs: easy access to information with minimal spending up-front on hardware, software and licensing fees
- Streamlined processes – Automated processes ensuring greater output
- Improved accessibility and hence flexibility – anytime anywhere, meaning employees no longer have to work from an office space
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