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Coventry University offers eWorking service


Coventry University (CUE) has started offering eWorking solutions, which they say can save on space, money, facilities and staff commuting time as well as discourage absenteeism.

The new eWorking solutions group at the university has been set up to provide a service offering packages which allow work to be organised independent of location and time.

CUE says it has already reported annual savings of £68,000 for office space costs as well as seeing reduced levels of absenteeism and increases in productivity from individual staff ranging between 40% and 100%.

Tim Luft, director of eWorking Solutions, said: "Many organisations face problems with a lack of space, with the prospect of an expensive move, and a limit on the geographical area from which they can recruit from. At the same time, people are spending more time and energy on commuting.

"The technological solution is already here, but employers have yet to come to terms with the idea of allowing staff to work from home. eWorking Solutions will be working with organisations to help them through the necessary change in culture and start benefiting from this more sustainable approach to work."


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