We can all agree that saving money is a good thing, right? Now that many major companies have at least one year of experience—and financial records—tracking data on remote work, a trend is emerging: Remote work can be good for a business’s bottom line. According to at least one study, some 60 percent of employers report cost savings as a “significant benefit” to having a remote workforce.
Google, in particular, has saved a hefty amount of money from remote work–related cutbacks. What can we learn from Google and its dollar-saving approach? Let’s take a look.