Virtual Workforce Integration Benefits

At West Coast Way, we work in a virtual world while maintaining a personal connection to our clients, communities and virtual workers. We are passionate about the benefits of virtual integration for companies, their workers, and the communities in which they live.

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Benefits

a company’s virtual workforce can:

reduce overall costs.

This includes personnel costs (source deductions, training, vacation/sick days, pension, benefits package, long-term disability, parking), associated overhead costs such as equipment, desks and office space.

help to manage workloads.

Virtual workers are a flexible resource that can be used as and when required to help manage peaks and valleys of demand.

reduce the impact of absenteeism.

With varying reasons for absentee workers, a virtual workforce provides maximum flexibility to ensure ongoing work. Tasks can also be more readily transferred to alternate virtual resources as required.

retain critical baby-boomer expertise.

As Boomers retire, they can continue to provide virtual workforce services allowing the company to retain access to this irreplaceable resource of experience and expertise.

reduce the company’s environmental impact.

Fewer workers commuting equals less fuel consumption, a reduction in carbon emissions, fewer parking stalls, less office space, supplies and lower utility use. Visit Carbon Zero to check your carbon footprint.

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We invite you to contact us to learn more about the benefits to your company.

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