Workplace Savings Calculators™

Based on extensive research on emerging workplace strategies, we have developed a number of models that can quantify the economic, environmental, and societal potential of flexible workplace strategies such as:

  • Telework
  • Office hoteling
  • Desk sharing
  • Activity-based work settings
  • Executive offices/co-working
  • Open floorplans
  • Flex options:
    • Compressed workweek
    • Job sharing
    • Part time work
    • Flex time

Our research has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Washington Post, and hundreds of other publications.

Our models have been used by U.S., U.K., and Canadian organizational and community leaders to quantify the extent to which workplace flexibility can:

  • Save money
  • Reduce work-life conflict
  • Increase employee engagement
  • Increase employee loyalty and reduce turnover
  • Reduce absenteeism
  • Increase productivity
  • Reduce healthcare costs
  • Reduce greenhouse gases and petroleum usage
  • Reduce highway congestion and traffic accidents
  • Improve disaster preparedness

Pro vs. Free Workplace Savings Calculator™

The pro version of our Workplace Savings Calculator™ includes over 100 customizable variables and over 600 calculations. It allows us to model the impact of a wide variety of alternative workplace strategies for public and private sector employees. While that model is only available to our clients, in the interest of helping organizations understand just how much workplace change can impact people, planet and profits, we’ve made three of our models available free to the public. All are based on the same robust research that power our pro models.

Each of the free calculators are specific to telework.

Our Workplace Savings Calculators™ quantify the benefits of emerging workplace strategies for communities, companies, and individuals.

The one at the bottom of this page allows users to quantify the benefits of home-based work for the whole U.S., individual states, counties, congressional districts, metro areas, or cities. The results are based on U.S. Census data that we’ve coupled with our synthesis of industry research on the bottom line impact of telework.

The second free model, is a lite version of our professional Pro Workplace Savings Calculator™. It allows users to quantify the individual, organizational, or environmental impact of private sector telework based on just a few of their own assumptions.

The third free model, is a lite version of our Pro Federal Telework Savings Calculator™. It has be customized to model telework within federal government agencies.

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Reporters On Assignment: If you need additional details or would like us to do a custom calculation, email us info-at-globalworkplaceanalytics-dot-com. Please let us know what organization you represent and your deadline. If you are a reporter you’re welcome to call us at 760-703-0377 or 760-473-2574.
 
Note: You can only search on one area at a time – all 50 states, a given state, or within a state, a particular county, congressional district, metro area, or city. Not all cities are available as they weren’t included in the census data. If you know the number of residents and how many telecommute in the city you’re interested in, click the Modify Assumptions option, fill in that data and you’ll have the answer.


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Workplace as a Strategic Business Tool, CoreNet Central Texas Chapter, Austin TX, October 9, 2014

The Business Case for Well-Being: Costs, Benefits, and Case Studies, WELL2014, International Well Building Institute, New Orleans LA, October 20, 2014

In The News

Teleworkers keep government open during snowstorms, Baltimore Sun, March 14, 2014

It’s Unclearly Defined, but Telecommuting is Fast on the Rise, New York Times, March 7, 2014

Telework Yields $32 Million in Snow Day Savings, Forbes, February 27, 2014

Lone Eagle Cities: Where the Most People Work from Home, NextGov, March 3, 2014

Madison firms not about to ban telecommuting, Capital Times, February 25, 2014

How To Build and Sustain a Remote Workforce, Fast Company, February 21, 2014

Accountability, The Key to Federal Telework, Federal Times OpEd by Kate Lister, February 6, 2014

Florida Among the Top 10 States for Telecommuting Jobs, Jacksonville Business Journal, February 10, 2014

Federal Telework Surge Could Save $14 Billion Annually , Wired Workplace, January 25, 2014

Measuring the Impact of Workplace Flexibility, 1 Million for Flexibility, January 24, 2014

FEDTalk, Federal News Radio interviews Kate Lister on the Office of Personnel Management’s latest Status of Telework—Report to Congress, January 24, 2014

Report Says Telework Could Save Government $14 Billion a Year, Federal Computer Week, January 24, 2014

Federal Telework Surge Could Save $14 Billion Annually, NextGov, January 24, 2014

Telestorming: When weather and disasters forces people to work from home, Deseret News, January 10, 2014

Why Telework When You Can Take a Snow Day?, Nextgov.com, January 4, 2014

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