How to persuade your employer to let you work remotely
- Working remotely has many benefits for both the employer and employee.
- Create a case where it's a win-win situation, and document your wins at work.
- To sway your boss, treat it as a test run and address your employer's concerns before making the switch.
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Working remotely has obvious appeal for many workers.
To name a few, workers who don't check into the office every day have no commute, fewer work-related expenses, and potentially a greater work-life balance.But whether your management will allow you to work remotely is another story.
Convincing your employer you deserve to work remotely may require some homework on your end, and you should be willing to compromise with your employer to make your arrangement work.
Here's how you can persuade your employer to let you work remotely.