Remote Work Helps the Environment

Global Workforce Analytics estimates these annual savings if people who had remote work-compatible jobs worked remotely half of the time

Here at Communique Conferencing, we are big fans of remote work. It allows organizations to bring the best teams together, no matter where they are located. And people working remotely often report more job satisfaction and better productivity.

But the benefits don’t stop there. According to Global Workforce Analytics, remote work can also have a positive impact on the global environment. When we work from our home offices, take a call from the local coffee shop or choose to host a video conference instead of flying out for a meeting, we can save the environment from harmful emissions – and the headache of traveling.

While a lot of workers look for ways to reduce their carbon footprint during the work week – using less paper or recycling a take-out coffee cup – it turns out that by working remotely more often, we can make a difference together!

Learn more about remote work and the environment in the infographic below.



Technology tip: Use audio conferencing or web conferencing for hosting remote meetings.  Or use virtual trade show software to host an entire conference virtually.


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