Sharing is an ever present in our lives, whether it's tear-and-share breads to eat with dinner or twin bars of chocolate. But now some offices are going as far as applying the sharing concept to use of the desks and computers. This is possible thanks to flexible working conditions, writes Joanne Hunter.
If circumstances allow it, employees can split their time between the office and working from home. The arrangement can cut travel costs, take a few cars off the road and for some will fit in better with family life and commitments.
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