The key to getting your boss to put the stamp of approval on your telecommuting dreams is an excellent proposal. Sell your boss on the benefits of getting you out of the office with a well-planned proposal.
Over at the business and productivity site My Life Scoop they’ve put together a guide to convincing your boss to let you telecommute. The most important tool in your arsenal for convincing your boss? A well-planned proposal. To your boss you’re a company asset and unless you can convince the management that letting you free-range your work style instead of staying cubicle-bound is going to boost productivity and increase your value to the company you’re not getting out of the cube farm any time soon.
Check out the video above for tips on how to put together a proposal. Though the video plays out more like a training film than we’d normally like it is filled with great tips on pitching your home office dreams to your boss. Watch the video above and then check out the full article at the link below to get more tips and tons of telecommuting statistics to help support your proposal.
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