Is your management team wrestling with the decision to let people work from home (WFH)? It can be a big change, but a positive and necessary one.
Increasingly, people are viewing “work” as something you do, rather than somewhere you go. When organizations look to the future, the most innovative and successful leaders realize the potential that virtual workforces have to change the face of business. Currently, 82 percent of Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” already have virtual work policies. That number is expected to rise as time and technology advance.
If your company isn’t on board yet, or your WFH policy could be more inclusive, here are eight persuasive reasons why virtual work makes sense for both employer and employee.
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