Telework in figures:
-* Every sixth person work regularly at home.
-* 16% of Belgian telework.
-* 56% of employees would like to take advantage of this alternative.
-* 2% work exclusively at home.
-* Telework increases productivity by 25% by employers
-* 48% is the estimated number of private sector employees who might benefit (25% always and 23% partially)
-* In summary, only one third of employees may opt for telework do.
-* The frequency of telework is more important for men than women. – Telecommuters have a high level of education (32%)
-* 35% of respondents are independent for 23% of employees. –
-* 31% of teleworkers have to travel a distance of more than 40 km
-* Young people are more convinced of the negative impact of telework on the discretion of the manager, colleagues, the pursuit of career …
4 types of telework:
-# The telecommuting alternately:
It is a work performed at the worker’s home, often part-time
(1-4 days / week)
-# Occasional telecommuting:
Formula reserved for managers who need to manage at times, a
-# Telecommuting decentralized:
These are offices provided by the nearest home business
-# Mobile teleworking, also called work “nomadic”:
Work done in the framework of the visit to customers (trade commissioners,
medical representatives or phone technicians etc..)
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