Remote Workers Are Here To Stay — Are You Willing To Embrace Them?

Today, we’re excited to announce the publication of our latest report on the state of remote working, which focuses exclusively on creating a better experience for employees who primarily work from home. 

The number of regular work-at-home employees has grown 115% since 2005, and 40% more US employers offer remote work options than five years ago, according to Global Workplace Analytics.

Why is that?

Embracing Remote Workers Is Good For Business

Specifically, a remote work strategy allows organizations to:

  • Improve employee experience.
  • Increase the talent pool.
  • Lower real estate costs.
  • And much more.

Despite the benefits, organizations still struggle to embrace remote working. Cultural issues, subpar remote technology options, and lack of structure can handicap your remote employee experience. How do you tackle these challenges?

Formalize Your Remote Work Strategy

Our report helps I&O, HR, and other business leaders formalize a remote work strategy that focuses on:

  • Structure.
  • Culture.
  • Technology.
  • Compliance.

Read our report and reach out to Forrester if your organization wants to learn more about optimizing remote worker experience. We’d love to hear from you!