for the Dutch, after the coronacrisis for at least one day, more likely to work from home and save you the society every year to eur 3.9 billion. That's according to a study by accounting firm Pricewaterhousecoopers. It is also a big win for the environment. As anyone who has a day work from home can work do so, is equivalent to 606 kt CO2-emissions in the Netherlands.
PwC is also in that half of the approximately nine million Dutch people working from home, you can work with. If a person one day a week for extra to do as compared to the situation prior to the coronacrisis, is that employers are up to 1,681 billion in savings.
The cost savings are mainly in reduced rental costs for office space, reduced energy costs and lower the costs of food.
the Workers, for their part, a total of approximately 1,120 million euros per year in savings. They could be at home with of higher energy costs, but will also give you a lot less money commuting to and from work.
The savings in CO2 emissions of 606 kt, is also significant. That is mainly because there is less commuting to and from work, it is. The average american was by 2018, with a broeikasgasvoetafdruk of 15.8 tons, and, therefore, the savings is equal to that of the print-out of almost forty thousand people in the netherlands.
the PwC has also seen a number of comments. Working from home will save, although the money, but it's working, according to the firm, will also have implications for the culture of the company. Co-operation is less successful, and it is not at all clear as to what is the effect of telecommuting on absenteeism and productivity.