Wednesday, April 04, 2007
Under the heading 'Tech-savvy kids demand flexible hours' Silicon.com reports that the under-25s are getting keen on homeworking. Commenting on a Microsoft-commissioned report, Gemma Simpson writes: "Half of young employees reckon being able to choose when and where they work is more important than a fat pay cheque.Many workers now view the opportunity to work away from the office as a right rather than a privilege with more people wanting a good social life as well as a good career. The report also found 47 per cent already work outside the office - whether that's mobile-based, homeworking or in a wi-fi enabled coffee shop."
Posted by alex johnson at 9:09 AM