6 Common Types Of Remote Workers And How You Can Support Them
It’s always been true that a great team is what makes your company successful, but how a team operates and where it operates from has changed over the years.
Gallup found that in 2016, 43 percent of employees worked remotely at least some of the time.1 Being able to accommodate both workers who are out of range and those who are always on the go will help improve your company’s productivity and quality of work.
Employees working remotely have varied needs. They may be traveling, working in multiple locations or moving across time zones.
This eBook outlines how to:
- Identify six types of remote workers
- Provide tools for remote collaboration and other team interactions
- Support a diverse team of remote workers with a secure, adaptable infrastructure
Great employees are what make your company successful. Over the years, how teams operate–and where they operate from–has changed. More than ever, people are working remotely. However, not all remote workers have the same requirements. Some may work from remote offices, while others spend time working from home or on the road.