Since the Covid-19 pandemic turned the global workforce upside down,
many organizations have chosen to embrace the remote work initiative
as their long-term strategy.
With benefits like not having to pay to lease a physical office and
eliminating the rush-hour commute, working remotely was an easy choice
for some companies. And let’s not forget the improved work-life
balance that remote work can present. One study
shows employees who work from home are 22% happier than workers who
always have to report into an on-site office location.
Even with all its perks, it’s normal to struggle with making sure
your remote team is as productive ...