Less stress and more productivity? Yes, please. Here’s why businesses are embracing teams of remote workers, and how to build them the right way.
Most people will ask me if I work in my pajamas. Others will ask if I sleep in all the time or take a mid-day break to exercise. While only one of those questions can be answered with a “yes,” I am not shy about expressing that I like working from home.
The benefits to remote work are real – for employees and employers. Data shows that over 80% of remote workers feel less stress and that millennials desire the flexibility to work remotely. Productivity and efficiently are also believed to increase with remote work. This means remote teams can help your recruiting efforts and help build a more efficient, productive and healthy workforce.