Remote work, telecommuting, telework, working from home—they all mean essentially the same thing: working outside of an office, wherever it makes the most sense. Remote work has taken the working world by storm, but it’s only one type of work flexibility. It’s many benefits include an expanded talent pool, higher productivity, cost savings, and reduced environmental impact. While some companies worry that going remote will have a detrimental effect on collaboration, remote teams can be better communicators than in-house teams, as long as the right systems are in place.
Let's be clear: working from home doesn’t impede team creation, innovation, or momentum. An inflexible work environment does.
This September, thought leaders and recruiting professionals from across the country will head to Washington D.C. to attend the annual TRaD Works forum.