It has been an odd year to say the least. COVID19 has changed how we live life and how many of us work. With cases drastically climbing, this fall may easily turn into another work-from-home session for many companies to help keep employees safe and community Corona cases down. Working remotely can prove quite challenging for some teams. Keeping up morale, production goals, and a smooth workflow takes more time and concerted effort when working remotely. Make sure you incorporate these tips to make the transition as smooth as possible for your team.
Work is changing. The way it looks, the way it is done, and where it is done. Artificial Intelligence and technology developments are allowing employers to allow greater flexibility to their employees through remote work. Not only does this save housing costs for the business, but 37% of people say they would change jobs to acquire a more flexible work schedule that allowed them to work remotely. This job perk is beginning to trend as more and more employers and employees enjoy the benefit and value behind this new offering. See the stats here.
Working remotely has become more popular over the years, but is perhaps at its most unprecedented numbers due to this year’s COVID19 crisis which has forced many companies to stay away from their offices. Remote jobs have had mixed reviews between employers and employees over the years. Check out the survey below to see the recent trends in this style of working. We may be seeing a dramatic increase in remote jobs as a result of this year’s international pandemic that may not have otherwise ever been considered.