The remote workforce is growing due to technological advances. With a little extra focus on communication, productivity tracking, and employee trust, remote employees can be great assets to your company. To hire remotely or not is often a choice employers face when choosing from top candidates in their industry.
However, along with some advantages, there are also some disadvantages to consider before joining the remote workforce. Below is a list of benefits and drawbacks to consider before hiring a remote employee or going remote yourself.
Some people thrive remotely while others do not. Sometimes, it simply comes down to personal preference. Therefore, being aware of one’s work style is key. Additionally, while new technology makes work easier and more flexible, a remote workforce is a good strategy for some companies and not for others. Consider the advantages and disadvantages above to help make the decision that’s right for you.
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