With the rise of work-from-home job opportunities comes the challenge for companies to keep their work force connected with one another. Just because people are working from home doesn’t mean they don’t still have to work collaboratively on a variety of projects and assignments to get the work completed. It’s a good thing technology has taken such leaps and bounds forward, as that technology has become the cornerstone of the work-from-home movement. Requirements for work-from-home provisions vary, though.
One thing the employee has to provide for most work-from-home jobs is a good internet connection. Some companies require their staff to verify their internet connection is solid, even going so far as to mandate a fiber-optic network connection in some instances. The good news for the employee is that since they’re paying for the internet connection so they can work, it’s a tax-deductible work expense.
While not a …