50% decrease in turnover
save $11,000 in costs
More people are working at home or elsewhere today than ever before, for personal and work reasons. This is a fact backed up by a number of statistics. For this discussion, we are talking about remote employees, but keep in mind that they make up only a portion of the total remote workforce. There are millions of independent contractors or entrepreneurs who also work remotely, from home and coffee shops across the nation.
Entrepreneurs have a personal choice to work without a brick-and-mortar office, but why would a company voluntarily offer a remote work program to employees? The answer is simple: There are numerous benefits accrued to employees and the business. Why would a company not offer a remote work program? That answer is simple too: Management continues to rely on outdated leadership styles and is fearful of change.
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