When business calls for flexible work hours, virtual offices create the path for it. With virtual offices, you can work whenever you like from wherever you are.
There are many benefits such as virtual offices save commute time, reduce technology costs and lower overhead costs (with no lease to pay). Having remote workers also increases productivity, and produces a lower turnover rate.
Here are some of the ways your employees, and your business, can benefit from a virtual office
No Need to Commute
Generally, two or three hours of time are spent on commuting to office every day. And that is a great deal of time that can be utilized on other things like skill development and family and so on. Because of that, productivity has increased and our employees are more focused.
Employees are Easily more Active
Prolonged sitting in office not only impact our health but also our productivity. With virtual office, employees are free; there are no such hard and fast rules like login into system for 9 to 10 hours daily. They can manage their work as their convenience. And this has a positive impact on the productivity of an employee.
More flexibility which means less vacation
Want to have “donuts with dad” in your child’s third grade class? Do not worry. You can make the time later. Prefer to workout at lunchtime? It is possible only with virtual office, which allows you to choose a way you want to work –whether you want to workout at lunch time or get a shower.
Less Additional Expenses
There’s no office lease, so there is no utilities points such as vendors, water purification system, cafeteria, etc. So you save on renting space for them. Also, you do not need security services which take a great deal of office budget. No need to commute, which saves on traveling expenses. Thus, with virtual office, you save on addition expenses.
No Need to spend on Technology
BYOT (bring your own technology) started in the school system. And now it it’s quickly making its way into the business world. By working remotely, employees have to arrange the technology they need, and they’re responsible for upgrading it when needed. You may worry about the cyber risks. There are solutions like a password tool, monitoring and employee training.
Virtual office also provides an impressive corporate address in an established area, a company phone and fax number, and voicemail among all facilities a business might need such as shipping and mailing services.