Homeworking brings a number of sustainability benefits, such as reduced travel-related carbon footprints and costs. Businesses should be measuring and reporting on these ‘triple bottom line’ benefits as part of their efforts to improve their sustainability performance, explains Dr Keith Whitehead.
During the past few months, it is likely that your company has had some staff working from home. The initial move to enforced homeworking quite rightly centred on the health, safety and welfare aspects of staff working from home.
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