With the increase in remote work where people and businesses need to work remotely, how do they do it?
Remote employees work either from home or outside of the traditional working environment, such as at an office or on a specific job site. It increases morale and encourages successful completion of tasks and goals in a much more efficient, timely, and cost-effective manner while also protecting the health of employees.
All remote work can be summed up into two distinct categories:
- A fully remote job allows an employee, whether they be part-time, full-time, or on a freelance basis, to work 100% from home without needing to commute to an office location.
- A partial remote job offers employees some remote work capabilities but does not allow the employee to engage in their work without visiting the office or job site at least some of the time.
So how does a company decide whether they should go the fully or just the partial remote job route? This largely depends on the type of job, but the tree deciding factors usually are:
- Travel is a necessary part of the job.
- Staff meetings and face time is required.
- Certain aspects of a particular job cannot be done from home or outside of the office.
Whether full-time or part-time, one thing is for sure, remote work is no longer considered a trend but is now a fully viable option, as is confirmed by numerous studies and statistics, which we will address right now. Read more