If you’re still weighing the benefits of a remote team, let’s get a few statistics out of the way. For employers, the cost savings and other benefits are clear. You save $10,000 on average in real estate with full-time teleworkers per year. And according to Owl Labs 2017 State of Remote
Work, Companies that support remote work have 25 percent lower employee turnover than
companies that don’t.
For employees, the ability to ditch stressful commutes and traffic, reduce in-office distractions
and get increased flexibility are reasons why many workers are turning to and pushing for remote working options.
A remote team can deliver many benefits for the employee and the employer. But when you
don’t have a ringside view of your team and you can’t keep an eye on them, how do you ensure a high-performing, productive workforce? Continue reading on Inc.