Again, companies with 500 to 5,000 employees continue to be the toughest comparisons, with remote-work and hybrid-work companies each growing their workforce at a rate of 1.5%, while Domestic companies have grown at a rate of only 0.6% over the past three years. A few months.
Should your business offer remote work?
It's not 2019 anymore. Flexible working is one of them. most popular benefits You can hire top talent from virtually any industry. And if you want to hire the best people, you need to meet them where they live.
“In some ways, this seems like a new frontier in how we think about freedom. Flexibility is a new frontier of freedom, and it's very American. And I think people don't want to give that up. – Rob Sadow, CEO and Co-Founder of Scoop Technologies FOX News Digital
Fortunately, there are numerous studies showing that remote work not only provides employees with work-life balance, but also increases productivity and even revenue. In fact, one study found that companies offering remote or hybrid work 22% performance improvement.
That's not the only benefit of remote work. If you care about climate change, remote work is easy to adopt. reduce carbon footprint That's a huge increase, especially compared to fully in-office business.
So if you care about your employees' well-being, their productivity, your bottom line, and the planet, your best bet is to keep them remote or hybrid for as long as possible.