The COVID-19 public health crisis is an extreme test of the necessity of many parts of our basic daily routine: commuting to the office, face-to-face meetings, and what it means to be a worker in the modern economy. With “social distancing” now an imperative in many places, employers’ transition to telework is poised to remake all of those assumptions, both for the current crisis and beyond.

Employers advice staff's to telework from home due to the Covid 19 Pandemic .

Teleworking refers to working from a distance.
Telecommuting refers specifically to the elimination of a daily commute.
Telecommuters are always teleworkers, but teleworkers are not necessarily telecommuters.

Telecommuting (also known as working from home, or e-commuting) is a work arrangement in which the employee works outside the office, often working from home or a location close to home (including coffee shops, libraries, and various other venues).

Importance of Teleworking and Telecommuting from home at this time of Novel Corona Virus Pandemic.

- To stop the spread of Virus
- To protect the member of the Staffs

Benefits of Telecommuting include :-

-Increased Productivity.
-Improved Morale and the Quality of Work.
-Increased Level of Flexibility.
-Additional Work Hours.
-Reduced Office Requirements.
-Improved Rate of Employee Retention. 
-Continuity of Initiated Programs.
-Wider Pool of Talent.



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