Space Flexibility

The development of communication technologies has widened the field of possibilities for employment to take place outside of the traditional workplace. The most common measure in relation to workplace flexibility is teleworking, which takes place when several tasks are developed, in part or fully, away from the company's location.

This type of work allows the adjustment of working hours to the personal needs of workers, improving the conciliation of work and personal life, saving time and money on travel, and greater control and autonomy over the work itself.

For businesses, teleworking allows cost-efficiency in budgets and infrastructures, and an increase in productivity. Businesses can keep constant contact with employees and establish, through remote devices, control over hours worked.

Teleworking can be set out from home, but also from coworking spaces, public spaces and from the offices of customers.

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