Is Remote Working Sustainable for Your Organization?
Although working remotely may have seemed to be a utopia, it isn't the right answer for every organization or every employee.
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Remember when working from home was on most employees' wish list? In survey after survey, employees said they wanted the flexibility of working remotely to balance their personal and professional lives.
As recently as February 2020, FlexJobs said that choosing the work environment was a key aspect for applicants when looking at new career opportunities. Remote employees were happier and were more likely to stay in their jobs, another study found. While many companies were moving in that direction, some were reluctant, with leaders concerned that employees wouldn't be productive without supervision.
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