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Engagement. Productivity. Happiness.

Research and data gathered over the past decade demonstrate that employees today are more engaged, productive, and happy when they are given the autonomy to work in ways that work for them.  For Millennials this has shifted from being a perk to being an expectation. In order to create such an openwork environment, companies now have the opportunity to create their own versions of ‘remote working.’  This might manifest as a work-at-home program (full-time or part-time), or as a program that provides a stipend for employees to work either at coworking spaces, their favorite coffee shops, or some combination of these. Our remote working strategy services assist firms in creating custom remote working programs that are right for them and their people.  We follow a data-driven approach throughout the process, from the feasibility and supply / demand analysis all the way through implementation and ongoing measurement.  People analytics sit at the heart of the process.

Explore the Remote Working Process:

  1. Feasibility
  2. Strategy
  3. Implementation
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