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Hi All, Hopefully I have placed this on the correct thread. We are currently seeking to transition a bit chunk of our team onto homeworking status. The business is potentially making significant cost savings as a result and I want to ensure from an R&B that we offset this by providing a cutting edge benefits package. I would be appreciative to know of any home-working specific benefits that anyone on the payroll is offered. Thanks in advance.
 

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Being able to work from home is such a huge benefit by itself. I suppose if i wanted to go over the top I would offer some of those free gourmet prep at home meals in a box services or even prepared food delivery.
 

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Being able to work from home is such a huge benefit by itself. I suppose if i wanted to go over the top I would offer some of those free gourmet prep at home meals in a box services or even prepared food delivery.
Thanks that's really helpful and on a personal level I fully agree (school run, commute etc) but as an aside and point of interest having had forced off-siting of employees due to COVID I have been surprised at the number of employees who don't see it as a benefit (unsuitable accommodation/social interaction etc). Personally I am happy to MS Teams until I draw my pension! :)
 

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I don't get it either but I'm an introvert. I wonder if encouraging employees to meet in small groups via Teams for 15 minutes twice a day just for interaction, no talking about work, would help?
 

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I think working from home will help the company save some travel costs such as booking and commuting when on business trips. So I hope the company will partially support employees with the cost of investing in equipment and have a stronger and better connection when working from home.
 
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