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We’ve talked about how to organize your home office, which gadgets to add to your desk to improve your work environment, and suggested tools for telecommuting for your employees. But, have you ever thought about why we continually focus on tips for working remotely?

It’s because it is improves morale for you and your employees!

From the office supplies specialist, NeedaOffice, we bring you an infographic that uncovers all of the benefits of working from home for not only the employee, but also the employer. Take a look at the stats we thought were most persuasive, and scroll down to the infographic for ALL of the reasons to consider remote employees.



When you work from home, there’s a bit of a catch 22 we all must overcome. You are delighted to be able to control everything about your workspace, but you may find that you get overwhelmed trying to set up the ideal work-from-home space. We’ve tackled the issue of creating space for a home office before, if you really are starting from scratch. Once you have the space picked out, consider some (or all!) of the following office gadgets for making your home office truly your own:


Did you know that over half of the small businesses in the United States are run out of a home office? According to the SBA, 52% of small businesses are home based—that’s nearly 14 million at last official count. Are you among them?

Most often, a new business is launched from an existing home. That is to say, very few people are starting a business and buying a home at the exact same time. What this means is that many people do not factor a home office in as a priority when house-hunting, and only realize later on that they need one.


As a small business owner, sometimes it’s hard not to feel a little overwhelmed, or to get run down by the responsibilities of being the boss. So it’s important to try to make sure you pay attention to your happiness tank and take steps to keep it full. And if you can’t do it for yourself — do it for your business.

Research has shown that happier people are more productive, more engaged in their work, and are better employees all around. According to an article in The Guardian, a team of economists led by Andrew Oswald has shown this in a recent study. They stated that “we find that human happiness has large and positive causal effects on productivity, positive emotions appear to invigorate human beings, while negative emotions have the opposite effect.”


People often envy those who are able to work from home, noting how much easier the workday would be if they could do the same. However, a recent study by suggests that working from home is on the long list of things easier said than done. (See infographic below)

When asked where they are most productive, the highest proportion (37%) of the telecommuters reported that they are actually more efficient at the office than at home. Home was the choice for 29%, and the rest reported a mix of the two.



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