What we gain by going remote first

It’s clear that working remotely is becoming more and more the norm. Mobile devices, centralized data, and all kinds of apps and software are helping us stay connected no matter where we are. In the past, we had to go to a specific place in order to access the tools and information needed to do our work. But the ability to access information from anywhere is making the traditional 9-to-5 routine unnecessary. And more and more individuals want the benefits that work-life freedom offers.


Companies benefit, too. When we remove the barrier of geographic location, we open up more options to work with people and on projects from around the globe, keeping us competitive in price and talent.

But whether we plan to allow for flexible work options at our companies or not, it’s good to have the processes in place that make it possible to work remotely, so things don’t grind to a halt when there’s inclement weather, a transportation strike, or a sick child at home.

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