Benefits, Importance, and Best Practices: The Remote Offboarding Process

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Recent years have seen an explosion in the popularity of remote work culture. Global freelance platform Upwork, for example, estimates that 22% of America’s workforce will be entirely remote by 2025

These rising numbers of remote employees, coupled with the globalized nature of business today, have impacted both the way we manage our teams and the ways we conduct human resources. 

In a remote work context, the offboarding process must be tailored to benefit both the departing employee and their employer in equal measure, whilst overcoming the challenges presented by distance.

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The employee offboarding

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