Thirty two percent of workers named flexible schedules or remote work opportunities as their most desired perk. Between the rise of software-as-a-service, and video communication tools, this is an easy employee perk to offer—for the right type of role and organization. Some roles, such as warehouse receivers, need to be done at the company site. However, an estimated 50 percent of the US workforce holds a job that is compatible with at least partial remote work. Despite this, some organizations simply prefer their employees to come in so they’re available for face-to-face collaboration. If your organization is interested in how to make remote work a possibility, read on for four ways to make it work.