Data benchmarks indicate that remote working is more than just a passing trend, and for many digital creative businesses, a distributed working model is likely to become a permanent fixture.
It is thought that there are a variety of reasons for this. Employers are starting to appreciate that talent is not limited by geographical boundaries and are consequently looking further afield to find candidates who can help them reach their goals whilst reducing costs. From the employee’s viewpoint, remote staff are more content with their jobs and more productive than those who are based in the office.
This change begs the question, how can innovative businesses adapt to a dispersed, international workforce to gain a competitive edge?
Herein, we shall discuss the following topics:
- What the epidemic did to alter business’ perspective on telecommuting
- Barriers to establishing a truly global, virtual organisation (and how to solve for them)
- Creating and sustaining a remote team dynamic that increases output, promotes morale, and propels key performance indicators
- In addition!
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