The data is clear: employees want the flexibility to work remote. Whether it’s a desire to miss commute time, an itch to travel the world, or the simple ease of working in their pajamas, more and more employees are requesting to be remote workers. Since the COVID-19 pandemic helped prove that remote work can, in fact, be just as productive, more and more companies are shrugging their shoulders and saying “fine”.
Are there some downsides to having a remote team? Of course. There’s nothing like working alongside your employees in person. Sometimes, collaboration is more effective and creative