At home, you simply create some quiet space (or a noisy one if you like to work with loud music playing) and then get down to uninterrupted work. Ultimately, the home worker will be more productive than the one who spends time in the office. Address problems instantly – When you have the facilities that enable you to work from home, your clients or employers never have to wait for you to report to the office to solve problems that might require urgent attention. Unlike the 9-5 worker, a person who works from home is available 24/7 and is capable of providing instant solutions. Working from home makes a person feel empowered and this leads to greater job satisfaction. This is good for both the employee and the employer. Job satisfaction generally means that the employee will be eager to continue working and this is great news for employers as stressful conditions in offices never produce satisfied workers.