It is Time For Businesses to Embrace Remote Worker Revolution
Technology has allowed workplaces to become more flexible and customizable, and forward-thinking companies are jumping on the opportunity provided by the remote worker revolution.
FREMONT, CA: The concept of remote working has been around here for a while, but only lately has technology allowed these possibilities to be considered by companies of all sizes across all industries. In 2018, 57% of employees working in the computer had spent their time working remotely, according to a report on workplace findings by Gallup. Companies are implementing remote policies to capitalize on the growing pool of high-end, niche IT professionals, and attract top talent.
Companies are moving away from the traditional ways of operating to include more remote opportunities and work flexibility because it’s a win-win chance. With, companies get the top talent available while saving on various costs and employees get to work whenever and wherever they want, while eliminating the challenge of commuting. Studies also show that remote working is not just flexible and convenient but more productive too.
The most impactful benefit of hiring remote talent is the potential to access otherwise unreachable talent. If a company lack the expertise it needs in a particular area, it can access that talent via remote contracts. Rather than paying to relocate an expert professional to the desired area, companies can save on those costs and instead hire them as a remote employee, expanding the reach of talent globally.
Most remote workers remark that they are more satisfied with working remotely. For distant working retention rates are higher, HR costs are lower, and businesses that expand their remote work policies tend to experience more growth. Companies can significantly reduce their overhead costs by hiring remote teams rather than on-location teams. Remote employees often work at lower pays than internal employees, which means more savings and better ROI.
The rising trend of remote working shows no signs of slowing down; instead, it is gaining momentum. Taking into account the benefits it has to a business, and this should come as no surprise given the technological advancements that have made employing remote professionals more productive and successful than ever.
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