Businesses that let their employees work from home present a more contemporary, forward-looking face to the world. And that can help to attract new and – above all – young talent. In many cases, students and highly-qualified workers are forced overseas to find work. But give them the option of working from home, and there is a higher chance of getting them to sign. A recent study revealed that 37% of respondents would like to work at home a few days a week and carry on working in the office the rest of the time, as before. If employers listen and act on what their people want, it increases loyalty by coming across as a clear demonstration of trust, which employees value all the more. As a result, workers are more likely to go that extra mile in a bid to show that the faith placed in them is justified.