Work from home (WFH) has become a commonplace thing over the past few years. As business and work environments have evolved, teams have become more distributed now. Thanks to the phenomenal growth of technology, people can now connect to their workstations from wherever they are, and do not always have to be “physically” present at their “desks” or offices to work. The practice has been adopted by several companies across the world for a few major scenarios: (1) emergencies; (2) employees’ commitments to their life outside of work, which renders them incapable of attending regular office; (3) procuring talent that might be geographically located in remote areas, etc.
This goes all the more for IT companies, where communication for people and teams working together often takes place over computers or devices—even while they are at the office. Working from home (or work-from-home) has gained popularity for several reasons.
and foremost, it saves people the time and cost of travelling to and
back from work for people. Unless there is a meeting scheduled, where
important plans and strategies are to be formed and discussed, people
might not be actually required to be at the office. If they can work
from home, with the same efficiency, it is a boon for the employees. Read more - How FindNerd helps clients and PMs manage projects effectively while Working From Home