Business Transformation: Here's How Remote Working is Transforming the Work Environment There is a humongous network of software applications which allows you to collaborate virtually; people actively prefer to coordinate over digital channels. The alternative workplace has taken over

By Ayush Jaiswal

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There is an abundance of talent pertaining to different skill sets across industries. Irrespective of the geographies, potential resources are immensely distributed across the globe. It is often observed that opportunities are not uniformly placed in terms of employability. As much as it raises a question of concern, it simultaneously opens a plethora of bridging possibilities. One of such booming and result bearing concept is of Remote Work. It owes the primary credit of its success to the fast-growing adaptation of technology by people.

New Ways

The adoption of technological spreads from the early 1900s was gradual as compared to the impact that technology has created now. As a result of which, the scope of utilising technology in various industries has evolved with the active participation of people. Engineers forming the genesis of almost all the industries have become an essential and dependable workforce.

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With a plentiful flow of people favoring remote-jobs, more companies are becoming susceptible to the culture and hire the desired workforce. It serves the benefit of both companies and employees by magnifying the opportunity of relationship building. It results in the good health of a company's growth and employee satisfaction.

Problems Faced

Yet, there also exists some friction in employers' minds while hiring remote employees. Some of the prominent reasons are communication-gap, lack of coordination, loss of productivity and difficulty in managing the workforce. At the same time, it is interesting how technology has evolved to reshape the traditional perception of any work culture.

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There is a humongous network of software applications which allows you to collaborate virtually. People actively prefer to coordinate over digital channels while they work out of an environment which continues to inspire the nature of their work.

It helps in creating a sense of trust among various verticals of any workspace thereby making employees more accountable. Building companies of highly skilled workforce is easier than ever due to the massive resource pool and open-ended recruitment facilitated by remote work. This cuts through the discrimination of hiring employees from only certain geographies.

What More Does it Have

Another interesting angle to the notion of remote work is building communities of people belonging to similar work fields. Companies do not necessarily need to be the driving force for their employees. A community of like-minded people associated with similar career fields can collaborate to create a persisting learning environment. They can be the curator of a workspace which is customisable and niche specific. It will also enable a one-stop solution to companies for all their recruitment needs.

With the world shifting towards an agile environment, the dire need of the hour is to keep up with the technical advancements and leverage it for maximum benefit.

Ayush Jaiswal

Joint-CEO & Co-Founder, Pesto

Ayush Jaiswal is the Co-Founder and Joint CEO of Pesto Tech, an intensive training programme dedicated to upskilling India's five million software engineers and giving them access to borderless job opportunities. Growing up, Ayush was fascinated by the potential of tech to change lives and build a better world. He taught himself graphic design, learnt how to code and build websites, and eventually secured admittance to an engineering college in Delhi, where he founded his first startup. 

Eventually, he decided to fully commit to his entrepreneurial dream and dropped out of college. Ayush spent the next couple of years living the life of a digital nomad, founding a series of startups and living out of a co-working space. Ayush is currently based out of New Delhi, where he oversees Pesto's India operations. He is also a Kairos Fellow, and serves as an advisor for Startup Grind India.

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