Being ‘green’ has long been in the domain of big businesses, as they prove they are good corporate citizens, but with 92% of Australian businesses falling into the SMB category, that still leaves a large portion of Australian businesses who are yet to ‘clean up’ their act.
“Almost half of Australia’s IT workers would take a pay cut if they could work from home. And around two in five would also take lower pay in return for flexible working hours, extra holidays or a better office location.”
I work in an office and am participating in the office Kris Kringle. I want to stick to my ideals but also be able to give a nice gift that someone will actually appreciate for a measly $15… so, what should I do?
Being green when you are working from home can be a much easier task than when you work in an office, but what steps should you take to start?
Amy Leigh has some great ideas for using house plants for natural air purifiers!