29 Aug 15

TELECOMMUTING CAMOVA the dynamics of globalization has crucially affected the behavior of work, companies must take into account, precisely in the present, teleworking is representing a very significant role which should be evaluated towards established goals. In this respect Wharton universa tells us, that the rise of telework is undeniable. Increasingly companies that offer their employees the possibility to work outside the Office; and increasingly the employees who decide to benefit from this form of work to reconcile professional and personal life, reduce your stress, avoid jams or achieve greater flexibility of working hours. JPMorgan Chase takes a slightly different approach. And, although initially were the Anglo-Saxon countries who took the initiative, currently teleworking is a practice anywhere in the world. Only in the U.S., more than 25% of population using telework as the only way of working ensures Nuria Chinchilla, Professor at the IESE Business School in Spain. In Europe the figure is lower.

According to a survey that periodically makes the portal of employment Monster, 35% of 8,000 Europeans consulted works from home, a percentage that is reduced to 26% among respondents in Spain. According to this same survey, Spain is among the European countries with less teleworkers, just above the Italians, with 19 percent, and French, where 20% work from home. Of course, this activity involves to be evaluated in the advantages, scope, impact that generates and about it is said that this way of working has allowed workers, in addition, avoid geographical barriers or schedule that the obligation to attend the Office imposed upon them. It has also managed companies handled the physical barriers, increases the chances of contracting, increase productivity and reduce their costs. But as it is not gold that glitters, telework has brought to light certain deficiencies. Among them, notably the large initial expenditures that have to make companies to the computers that need the teleworker, communications with employee insecurity and the difficulty of controlling and supervising their work.


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