Do we need traditional office spaces anymore? Because remote work statistics and research prove we don’t.
A 2015 study by Stanford University pointed out the benefits of employees working remotely — such as less time spent commuting, lower costs, and greater autonomy. Over the years, experts have given advice on how to be more productive at home, and on remote work trends.
But what about the actual, on-the-job requirements? What do professionals need to do to succeed as remote workers? And are companies investing in these employees just as much as their on-site counterparts? How much training do remote workers get, and how is this remote workforce training delivered? This survey answers all these burning questions.
We took a peek inside the notebooks of 450 remote workers. We discovered tips on work-from-home productivity, the traits of successful remote workers, and came up with more remote work statistics that shape the state of global employment.