Peter Thomson, research director for the Telework Association, noted that the practice can help to create a more flexible workforce which can only benefit a business.
He noted that, despite "clear evidence" that working from home can help to make staff more productive, many employers are reluctant to allow people a degree of flexibility in where and how they work.
"In a truly flexible working environment many jobs can be done at home on any day of the week, at a time to suit the individual worker," Mr Thomson explained.
Matt Duffy, partnerships manager at Lorica, said that offering an attractive benefits package with job positions, including sales jobs, can benefit the staff member in the long term by improving their quality of life.
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Source: The Sales Director News