Fuel. Wear and tear on your vehicle. Astronomical monthly parking fees (shout out to San Francisco). Endless subway fares. The cost of new wardrobes. The list goes on, and on, and on. The costs associated with doing business the way it has always been done, by physically relocating yourself to be near an office, and then doing whatever it takes to visit said office on a daily basis, are immense. These costs are frequently seen as unavoidable by employees and employers alike, but in truth, both of those sects can reap massive financial benefits by embracing the connectivity modern society has afforded us.
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The Financial Benefits of Working Remotely (for Companies and Employees)
Last Modified: 2019-8-31