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The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies
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The Business Case for Alternative Workplace Strategies

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  • 1. The Business Case for:Workplace Mobility © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 2. About   500 Case Studies   Telework Savings Calculators™   US, UK and Canada   Cited in:   Harvard Business Review,   Washington Post   Wall Street Journal . . . © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 3. Who Says?  GSA / Booz Allen Study  Reason Foundation  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics  US Bureau of Transportation Statistics   US Environmental Protection Agency © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 4. Everyone Wins  Employer  Employee  Community © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 5. Employer Savings  Productivity  Real Estate  Absenteeism  Turnover  . . . and more © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 6. PRODUCTIVITY? Re served kr, Some Rights HammHawk, Flic Telework Research Network
  • 7. PRODUCTIVITY  Fewer Interruptions  More Effective Time Management  Empowerment  Flexible Hours  More Hours © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 8. Productivity Savings Save $4,000 to $16,000 /year Assumes: Average salary = $43,264, Productivity increase = 15% to 55%, half time telework © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 9. Facilities  Desk sharing  Office hoteling  Space reduction  Subleases © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 10. Facilities Savings Examples  Deloitte: 10% staff increase, 42% decline in real estate  Sun: 19,000 teleworkers saved $96 million (RE, Electricity, IT)  Oracle BV: 248 s.f. pp to 140 s.f.  McKesson: $2 million/year  U.S. Patent Office: $11 million/year © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 11. Facilities SavingsAssuming:   $10,000 / office / employee   25% reduction with half time telework Save $2,500 per teleworker / year © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 12. Absenteeism   Exposure   Stress   Continue working   Appointments   Exercise   Happiness © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 13. Absenteeism SavingsAssuming:   3.6 days reduction / year  $500/day savings Save $1,900 per teleworker / year © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 14. Turnover CitrixOnline phics by Infogra © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 15. This is not your Photo Credit: Ed Yourdon (Flickr CC License)father’sworkforce © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 16. Here’s a list of our demands . . .You have until 5PM Infographics by CitrixOnline © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 17. Turnover Savings  #1 Non-Financial Benefit  Expands Talent Pool Assumes: Turnover cost = 138% Average quit rate = 20.4% 15% reduction $3,350 per teleworker/year © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 18. Tell ‘em what they’vewon Jane! $12 Million © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 19. And More . . . © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 20. But what about costs? ys . .. MB sa U .S. O © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 21. Employees save too:  Time   Money  Sanity © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 22. And that means . . . © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 23. And More  Eldercare   Office gifts   Car insurance   Shopping sprees   Housing   Taxes © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 24. SustainabilityNational Impact  275M Barrels of oil   50M tons of GHG © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 25. The Bottom Line
  • 26. The Bottom Line
  • 27. © 2011, Telework Research Network
  • 28. It s time we made the road less traveled the way to work! ™ Kate Lister Telework Research Network TeleworkResearchNetwork.com Kate@TeleworkResearchNetwork 760-703-0377 (Left Coast Time) We build the business case for workplace flexibility. © 2011, Telework Research Network

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