Remote Work is the Future of Employment
There are countless recent surveys (even before the Covid Pandemic), that all points to the future of most organizations is employing and managing more remote teams. Aside from a general trend towards dispersed teamwork, more employers are recognizing the benefits of expanding their hiring beyond a single location.
The Future Is Here, and It’s Remote: Help Companies Go Remote!
This guide was designed for anyone looking to implement or improve their remote work processes and procedures.. Anyone (Employer or Employee) could pick up some new ideas here. For managers, there’s a ton of proven tools and best practices for creating a high-performing team that’s able to turn the challenges of remote collaboration into a competitive advantage. For teams who are new to telecommuting or working from home, there’s tips and templates for surviving and thriving a new “remote” way of working..
The Productive Remote Workforce
Handling Company Information
Video Communication Tools
Morale, Motivation, Mental Health
Your Team Going Suddenly Remote
Remote Team Management
Mind Maps and Guides
Tools, Tips and Technologies
Remote work can’t be possible without the technology that enables it. Things like broadband internet and cloud computing connection plans make remote work possible. Modern teams usually use some combination of messengers, email, video conferencing, cloud documents, and project management software. All of which are covered in this in depth guide..
Remote Employee Blueprint
A 75-Page eBook Guide
This is an Up to The Minute Practical Guide written specifically for Small and Medium Businesses who want to Set-Up and Manage a Remote Staff. It also applies to anyone who wants to be successful in a remote (work at home) working environment. Everything from Video Conferencing and Business Information Security, to Employee Monitoring and Remote Worker Conduct is covered.
Employer’s Action Guide
A great guide to help Employers manage the team
A succinct outline of the Exact Steps, Tools and Proven Best Practices to help any business (or employee) institute remote working. Covering everything from Leadership Commitments to the Resources Required.
This At a Glance Check-List Overview gives quick control over the process of setting up and instituting a remote working environment for Any Size Staff.
5 Page Worksheet that Employers Personalize Per Project
DFY Team Commitment Document will help define the points that the staff has agreed upon within the scope of the project(s) that need to be addressed. Covering elements like; Commitment & Code of Conduct, Information Sharing, Resource Access and Team Meetings.
Worksheet styling can be signed as a visual agreement between the business and its staff.
Over 70 Links and Vital Businesses References
A 4 Page Resource of over 70 Links covering the current tools, platforms and services that apply – Everything from Web / Video Conferencing Tools, Cloud Storage Providers (File Sharing and Access), Project / Task Management Tools, VPN Clients for Business, Time Logging / Invoicing Tools.
Drill Down Detail with Resources to Accomplish Set-Up
THREE Complete Mind Map Lay-Outs of all the elements proven to create a successful remote working environment – Each individual Mind-Map Covers the separate Foundational Aspects; Information, Collaboration and Communication.
Detailing the main categories and drill-down aspects of a functional remote workplace.
Some of main reasons companies are employing
more remote staff members:
One of the biggest benefits of remote work is reducing costs. Organizations save on average $10,000 per year for “real estate” and office space per one full-time employee. There are other reasons employers that offer more remote positions save as well. Workers tend to be more productive and healthier, taking off fewer days and producing more for the organization.. It’s a fact that the savings for employees is substantial as well, saving on travel, meals and gas among other expenses..
Higher Employee Retention
According to numerous surveys of the remote workforce, 91% think that remote work is a good fit for them.
As the trend has grown, people generally report the benefits of flexible schedules, work/life balance, and productivity improvements.
And being able to work remotely definitely influences people’s loyalty to their employer. Organizations that support a “choose-your-own-work-style” culture can boost employee retention rates by more than 15%.
Hiring Top Talent
Wherever you’re located, it can be hard to hire top talent. If you are building a company based in Silicon Valley or another bustling area, the competition for the best professionals might be too high. Or if you live in a smaller city, it can be hard to persuade your prospects to move there and change their lifestyle for a new job.
So building a remote team gives you a lot of flexibility to hire top talent from all over the world. Increasingly, people expect flexible remote work policies when they are looking for a new job. Over 70% of employees report that the ability to telecommute will be extremely important in choosing their next job.
Ecological sustainability is another important long-term benefit of remote work. According to Global Workforce Analytics data, if people who had remote work-compatible jobs worked remotely half of the time, it would lead to the following savings:
– $20 million in gas
– 54 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions
– 640 million barrels of oil (worth $64 billion)
– 119 billion miles of highway driving
Being conscious of your business’s impact on the planet is a big accomplishment in itself, but it’s also a Strategy that can help you attract More Customers. Surveying global online consumers across 60 countries; they say they are willing to pay more for products and services provided by companies that are committed to positive social and environmental impact.
More Productivity with your Remote Employees
This Is The Easiest Way To Navigate The Remote Working Landscape