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Remote Work: Create the Optimal Setting in 4 Simple Moves

by Michael Burdick, on Oct 30, 2017

Remote work has been on the rise for several years, and the trend has shown no signs of slowing down.
While some industries don’t naturally mesh with remote work — healthcare, construction, and manufacturing generally require hands-on care — plenty of businesses can use remote workers for non-core functions like marketing, billing, legal, and bookkeeping. In truth, using remote workers for some of these duties could significantly lower costs.
Any business that doesn’t rely on face-to-face interactions with customers — and even a few that do — should definitely give telecommuting a try. But before you can fully embrace this remote work future, it’s important to keep a few elements in mind.