Remote Workforce Management: Why Work From Home? (Infographic)

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Employers that offered flexible working options before the COVID-19 pandemic experienced greater retention, a reduction of employee stress, and an increased likelihood that they would be recommended as an employer. Despite these benefits, 44% of employees in a 2018 Owl Labs survey said that their employers did not allow remote work. 

In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic will we see a dramatic spike in employers offering flexible working options? Our infographic outlines the benefits of a remote workforce that employers should consider when deciding whether or not to let their employees continue to work from home.

Infographic: The Benefits of a Remote Workforce

Infographic: Remote Workforce Management, the benefits of a remote workforce.

Sources Cited

1 “Global State of Remote Work 2018 – Owl Labs.”
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3 “6 Ways Working Remotely Will Save You $4000 Annually, or More – FlexJobs.”
4 “2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce – FlexJobs.”
5 “REPORT: Remote Work Brings Benefits, but Attitudes Are Divided – Indeed Blog.”
6 “APA: Executive Control of Cognitive Processes in Task Switching.”
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8 “IWG Global Workspace Survey – Flexible Working – IWG plc.”
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10 “Remote Workforce Cybersecurity Survey | OpenVPN.”
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Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland is a Marketing Coordinator for CurrentWare, a global provider of endpoint security and employee monitoring software. Dale’s diverse multimedia background allows him the opportunity to produce a variety of content for CurrentWare including blogs, infographics, videos, eBooks, and social media shareables.