Considerations for Businesses Concerning Remote Employees

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Working remotely or telecommuting has become exceedingly popular in recent years. According to the United States Census, about 5% of Americans now work from home. What was once considered nearly impossible is now becoming a bigger trend than ever before, and it benefits both employees and employers. From a business standpoint, there are many perks to letting your employees work remotely. It can improve employee retention, lower your costs, increase productivity, and open up your pool of applicants, so you can choose to hire someone locally or find a phenomenal talent almost anywhere in the world. But, there are some…...

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Ainsley Lawrence Ainsley Lawrence is a writer who loves to talk about good health, balanced life, and better living through technology. She is frequently lost in a good book or podcast.