Two surveys have shown that the future of the workforce is moving towards remote work. We believe that the trend toward remote work is here to stay. And that there may be challenges in the next three years with hybrid working arrangements. Therefore, we want to connect with individuals and companies interested in working from home or running a virtual business.
To show our commitment to this idea, we offer free access to our sales training to the first 50 people who register with us. This is a $325 value. We will occasionally send you valuable insights on working remotely and running a virtual business for free. We will also offer you various discounts if you choose to do business with us.
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There is no conflict in this scenario as these businesses have access to more employees than they need.
Employers and employees can work together to find solutions that work for both parties, leading to a higher probability of finding mutually beneficial solutions.
Cost savings: Employers can save on office space and utilities. By allowing employees to work remotely. For example, a company could save money by not having to rent a giant office with a ping pong table and bean bag chairs that no one ever uses.
Increased productivity: Some studies have shown that employees can be more productive when working remotely. As they may have fewer distractions and be able to create a more personalized work environment. For example, an employee who works from home might be more productive because they can finally get some peace and quiet, away from their coworker who insists on playing their ukulele at full volume every day.
Improved work-life balance: Remote work can give employees more flexibility to balance their work and personal commitments. For example, an employee who works remotely might be able to take a break to pick up their kids from school, or have a more flexible schedule to attend to their hobbies, such as training for a marathon or knitting a sweater for their pet hedgehog.
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Enhanced talent pool: Employers can tap into a wider pool of talent by allowing employees to work remotely, as they are not limited to hiring people who live in a specific geographic area. For example, a company could hire the best candidate for a job, even if they live in a different state or country, as long as they have a reliable internet connection and the necessary skills to do the job.
Greater employee retention: Allowing employees to work remotely can lead to increased job satisfaction and loyalty, which can in turn lead to better employee retention. For example, an employee who is happy with their work-life balance and has the flexibility to work from home might be more likely to stay with a company for the long term, rather than jumping ship for a different job with a long commute.