There are many reasons to enable your workforce to do the same types of tasks remotely as they can perform at the office. For one, businesses never know when they might need the resiliency of having a remote workforce. In some cases, employees may choose to work remotely when feeling a little under the weather rather than risk coming to the office and potentially affecting coworkers. Other reasons to have a robust remote workforce:

  • Reduction in Office Overhead Expenses (space, utilities, parking, etc.)
  • Regional Expansion to include workers in lower-cost markets for 100% remote work
  • Natural Disasters such as flooding, structural damage, power outage, internet outage
  • Helping with Employees who have Family / Childcare needs
  • Civil Unrest, Rioting, or other Unsafe Situations