Written by Sharon Koifman
There’s a bit of a tug-of-war going on in the minds of business advisors these days. Half of them are advocating for open plan, versatile office spaces to promote creativity. The other half are espousing the benefits of remote working, which promotes productivity.
The answer is, unsurprisingly, that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. For some companies, or departments, an on-site solution is the best. It creates an environment that’s great for extroverts, allowing them to bounce ideas off each other and come up with creative solutions.
For other tasks, where the lack of interruptions is a boon, then remote working is most definitely the way to go. If you have a team of ace software developers, do you really want them being interrupted every twenty minutes to be asked about the problem’s someone’s Grandma is having with Windows? Thought not.
Remote working gives you more than just peace and quiet to concentrate. Here are just a few of the reasons you should consider remote working for your business.
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