New employee expectations: improve the comfort of your teleworking employees

Employees are turning to employers who encourage their teams to work remotely. Find out how you can better support them.

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Contents of this white paper

The growth and sustainability of teleworking since the health crisis has prompted employers to completely rethink the work experience: organization, location, collaboration, mobility, culture...

Our aim with this white paper is to decipher the new expectations of employees and share with you best practices in teleworking support.

Here you'll find :

✔️ statistics on employee expectations
✔️ legal employer obligations
✔️ the method for calculating teleworking allowance
✔️ the list of expenses that can be tax-exempt
✔️ all about the Worklife teleworking allowance

Give your employees the best possible remote working conditions, with an appropriate allowance, while promoting your employer brand.

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Worklife, who are we?

Worklife brings together all new-generation employee benefits on a single platform: luncheon vouchers, sustainable mobility packages, teleworking allowances, sports, personal services, gift vouchers, vacations or any other personalized benefit.

Last but not least, we give economic, ecological and social impact to employee benefits, thanks to a fully customizable application, an all-in-one payment card and an HR dashboard, to provide the best possible experience for employees and HR teams alike.

Worklife is the French leader in CSR benefits, partnering over 150 companies and 135,000 employees.
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