No Prep? No Panic! What to Keep in Mind When First Introducing a ‘Work From Home’ Option
It’s no secret that the number of people working from home has risen significantly in recent years. But despite this, remote working isn’t quite as common as we’re often led to believe. The latest US Bureau of Labor figures published in 2019 for the 2017-2018 period show that just 24.8% of the US workforce was noted as working from home during this time. This shows that, while there are certainly advantages to introducing remote working policies, many managers still prefer to have their employees work on-site.