How technology can support your organization and your employees facing remote work conditions

50 years ago, going to work meant going to work. 

Now, workers across the world can “go” to work without ever leaving the sofa. Some have done this for years by choice; others have been thrown into remote work abruptly due to COVID-19. 

For veteran and novice remote workers alike, technology is the backbone of a successful remote work situation. That’s one reason why the #digitalnomad has over 3 million posts on Instagram and countless more on Twitter. Working full-time by the pool or at the beach is a growing ideal, especially for younger generations. 

With the dream of remote work becoming a reality for many in such an irregular period, remote work trends might just be here to stay. 

The pros and cons of remote work

Like anything in life, there are costs and benefits to working remotely. While this kind of work situation gives some the flexibility they’ve always dreamed of, it gives other anxiety to feel they are on the clock 24/7. 

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