Forecasts suggest that 50% of the UK workforce will be working remotely by 2020 - that's not far away.
On top of that - research found that 77% of millennials would take a pay cut to work for a company with flexible working opportunities. As half the workforce will fit into this demographic by next year, remote and flexible working is becoming more and more important to employee morale, engagement and retention, not to mention how attractive your business is to top talent.
But businesses worry about the potential risks and drawbacks. Grab a copy of our free guide to learn more about:
The key thing with remote working is to make sure your employees stay connected - it's how they remain part of a productive team, how you keep track of how successful remote working is, and how they don't drop off the radar. Find out the best ways to achieve this in the guide.
Working remotely is no good if your employees are working with data or documents that aren't up to date. Access to the very latest versions of everything, along with the ability to collaborate in real time, will increase the effectiveness of your remote employees and reduce friction and wasted time.
"Being able to stay fully connected to my team is vital to me - luckily we have the tools to allow me to do that even when I'm out of the office. Waiting for a plumber or a delivery no longer disrupts my entire day."
"Technology has the ability to empower us at work. Remote working is an example of this, allowing us to take back control of where and when we work, enabling us to be at our most productive."
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