Want to fight global warming while in your pajamas? Turns out working from home might be the answer.
Off site—but not out of mind. There are major benefits to operating distributed teams, most notably the ability to recruit and work with talented individuals from all over the world. However, a remote workforce can also pose potential risks. It can be challenging to maintain consistent productivity and accountability, as well as build a team of long-term workers.
Location, location, location. While that’s a real estate mantra, office real estate has gone in a different direction. In many industries, employees can now work onsite, offsite, and have flexible hours. This means the average company no longer requires a room that accommodates every single employee every day. On average, 30 to 40 percent of an organization's space is vacant at any one time, creating a visible waste of company resources. To combat this problem, companies have started to embrace strategies that make better use of office real estate.
In this guest post, our friends at Remote Year share their top tips for selecting an employee to test drive your remote work initiative.