Your business can greatly benefit from the latest trends in the virtual workplace.
This can lead to formidable solutions for perhaps, many of your biggest problems today.
For starters, you’ll be able to compare what you’re currently doing, against what remote work is likely to look like, say, in the next few months.
And we think that’s just one of the many advantages.
In this 2018 report, Red Rocket Ventures managing partner George Deeb said what they save from material expenses like office equipment and additional office space rent among other overheads can be re-invested in more important business areas, such as talent acquisition and marketing.
So a virtual workspace saves them good money.
They also said they’re able to access the right talent from anywhere in the world.
Deeb added that they can hire talent from Des Moines and other lower-cost job markets as easy as doing this in San Francisco or higher cost labor markets.
So having access to global resources can also save money.
Plus, a more productive team can, of course, generate much better bottom-line results.
Remote Workers Survey by CoSo Cloud
Adobe provider CoSo Cloud, in their 2015 survey, pointed out that more than a third of randomly selected respondents say they produce more work output at a much higher quality when they work off-site.