7 Questions to Ask About Transitioning to Remote Work

Reduce expenses, boost productivity and increase employee retention



To reduce expenses, boost productivity and increase employee retention, consider taking your team fully remote.

Because of COVID-19, the percentage of remote workers jumped from 31% to 62% in a matter of a few weeks. If the coronavirus outbreak caused your business to experiment with remote work, you might be considering transitioning to a fully remote office.

Partial or fully remote work isn't for everyone and every company. If you're debating whether to take your team fully remote for good, ask yourself the following questions:

How will going fully remote benefit my business?

Before you decide to jump on the fully remote bandwagon, ask yourself how your business can truly benefit from a 100% remote workplace. Remote work has a plethora of perks. Here are a few of them:

  • Increased flexibility
  • Reduced expenses
  • Potential for increased productivity and performance
  • Increased employee retention
  • Decreased absenteeism
  • Increased employee satisfaction

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