today, more and more work away from the office from time to time, but only one in ten makes it all the more-than-a-day of the week, according to the Swedish work environment authority.
Hannah's Ever been in the last four years they have had a work, at home, in their own and partner's flat in henley-on-thames, or in a coffee shop a stone's throw away from the apartment as their place of work. I am working with the support team of the it company, Automattic, that, among other things, takes care of publiceringsplattformarna Wordpress.com and, the Tumblr. The company has 1,200 employees in more than 70 countries.
" for Me, it fits great. I don't have to commute and are more flexible in their everyday life, " she says.
for myself, the team leader of the twelve people in seven different countries. After her day of work is the end, my colleagues in the united states of, and the business is kept running day and night. She feels that it is easier to concentrate on work when she's given the option to choose where to work.
I have a set of clear rules, which I'm sure was to follow. I also go out for a few moments each and every day.
" When I was working in the office, I would often go and sit in a coffee shop in the afternoon, in order to get the job done, because otherwise it is easily filled with appointments, and chat.
working at a distance, however, poses other challenges, like drive-and the wall light requires attention to complex or tedious tasks.
" Some days are heavier than others. I have a set of clear rules, which I'm sure was to follow. For example, I clean it away in the evening, because I know that it's going to bother me, and I will see to it that dress to me so that I will at least be able to open the door. I also go out for a few moments each and every day.
Hannah Swain work from home international company, Automattic. Photo credit: Ali Lorestani
she uses the pomodorometoden, which means that a 25-minute job followed by a 5 minute break, the alarm clock as a guide.
Hannah is Ever able to choose their working hours, but will need to stick to them. I work her 8 to 16, but says that a fellow member in Ireland, working 4-14, four days a week for the rest of the time, to be able to hemskola for their children.
this is the top of EUROPE when it comes to tele-working, second, after Denmark, according to a study by the Eurofound and the international labour organisation (ILO). The study shows that telecommuting is increasing in most of the countries, and will provide a better balance between work and leisure time – all at the same time as it contributes to higher levels of productivity. Adverse effects that have been highlighted are that telecommuters tend to work longer days, and the work is more intensive, which leads to stress and the negative impact on the health and well-being.
It can be pretty lonely – we feel good about the coffee and strösamtal, which sometimes leads to the fact that it will be in the new jobbidéer.
at the Gävle university College, they believe that remote working will continue to do so. It is a source of competitive advantage when the companies are going to recruit.
– the Flexibility of where and when the work will appeal to many people, it's easier to get together with dagishämtningar, and leisure-time activities.
It also offers companies the opportunity to hire people who don't live in the country. However, it may also be insulating, then the employees will be missing out on the social context in which the work involves. To meet you at a place of work is often what creates the cohesion of the community.Gunnar Bergström, occupational researchers at the university of Gävle, sweden. Photo: Per Mattsson
"You can be all alone – we're doing good cup of coffee and strösamtal, which sometimes leads to the fact that it will be in the new jobbidéer," says Gunnar Bergström.
He points out that remote working is placing new demands on both managers and employees, and he sees a risk that this flexibility will be immeasurable.
" the Freedom to easily switch in the constant-availability. It is psykologiforskning, which shows that it is a good spalta-up days – now I'm free and now I am working on – that's how it works. If you are not very good at it, it can get worse – especially when you are feeling the pressure.
some of the trick is to not let the work flow of the in your free time. She uses a computer for work, and keep your phone free from job-related applications. When she logs out she will not be fully available until the morning of the next day.
" I often go to the coffee shop in the afternoon and then come home and be free.
I think it's more important that they trust their co-workers when they are almost never seen.
another issue is that no one at work can see how you are doing. This places high demands on the communication and leadership skills.
" It is important to have a dialogue, to have the courage to be open about how you feel and how you perceive your workload to be. I also think that it is even more important that they trust their co-workers when they are almost never seen.
for A week, a year, to meet the whole of the company, in a conference call, and at any time of the meet, the teams up. In addition to this, all of the meetings of the digital millennium copyright act.
that the employee will be isolated, and the spontaneity is lost encourages employees to be active in the company's internal communication channels, in which there are conversations about everything from pets, to sewing and embroidery. Other groups are focused on the jobbfrågor.
the communication works well, it would be more productive to discuss new ideas in a group with many members at the coffee machine in the office. However, there is a culture of constant need to maintain and encourage, " says Hannah Swain.
Hannah Swain. Photo credit: Ali Lorestani
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