Remote work is a growing trend that is here to stay.
One in three—that’s how many employees are more likely to search for a new job if they are required to return to the office full-time, according to a recent Qualtrics study. During the pandemic, there was a drastic shift to remote work. As things have begun to return to “normal,” many employees are still seeking flexible work arrangements, and many companies are wondering if remote work is a viable long-term option.
While technology certainly makes remote work more feasible, some industries and positions are better suited for it. So, is it right for your company and employees? Consider these pros and cons before deciding whether it is the right choice for your small business.
Remote Work Pros
Remote Work Cons
Beyond Remote Work Decisions
As a small business owner, you have countless decisions to make and tasks to accomplish each day. While remote work is one of those decisions, there are dozens of other human resources and administrative services that you can outsource to a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), such as Convergence Employee Leasing. Contact us today to find out how we can become an extension of your business to help you refocus on what really matters: growing your small business.