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Scott Reynolds
Scott Reynolds
Mar 17, 2010

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One of the greenest ways to cut back on your office costs is to have your employees work from home. The overhead of the building goes way down, while email and teleconferencing (both of which are often free) make it easy to stay in touch. Try to work out a plan so that the office can be closed one day a week for maximum savings, or maybe a rotating schedule can help you cut back. But once you’re away from headquarters, keep all the same good green practices in mind to save money in your own home office. You won’t use your vehicle as much if you work from home saving you money on fuel and you will likely eat lunch at home saving even more money.

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Posted Under: Going Green


2 Responses to “Work Green…From Home”

  1. This is the trend nowadays, going green is great way to save the planet … plus it helps family especially working moms like me.

  2. Thanks for you post Christina. My wife an I both are fortunate to work from home and enjoy it tremendously. We both used to work about 45 minutes away and went in at different times, so this is a big cost savings for us as well.

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