Remote work is the practice of employees doing their jobs from a location other than a central office operated by the employer. Such locations could include an employee’s home, a co-working or other shared space, a private office, or any other place outside of the traditional corporate office building or campus.
Remote work has become increasingly popular because it offers benefits for both employers and employees alike. It also gained a great deal of renewed attention as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced many organizations to quickly shift from a traditional face-to-face work environment to a fully remote workforce for health and safety reasons.
The long-term popularity of remote working is tied to the upsides it can provide, including reduced or eliminated commuting times, recruiting and hiring advantages, and productivity improvements.
Remote working requires a mix of the right culture, processes and technology geared specifically around enabling virtual teams to work successfully from anywhere. Culturally, for remote work to be successful there needs to be an assumption that a person or team will work off-site as a norm.
Remote workers tend to spend less time traveling to and from their work location, especially if they opt to work in a home office. This often means that a remote worker regains significant time in their lives each week.
Virtual teams are often more naturally adaptable because they do not need to be in the same location to do their jobs.
Organizations with a significant remote workforce usually require less physical office space, which means savings and greater long-term flexibility.
Hiring for a remote workforce can greatly expand a manager’s pool of potential candidates, because they don’t need to be local and/or the company does not need to offer expensive relocation packages. This can be particularly beneficial to any recruiter or hiring manager operating in an especially competitive local labour market, or facing skills shortages for particular roles.
This template will primarily be useful to company executives when preparing a company development strategy. You can use the slides in this template when preparing information about the benefits of working remotely. For example, point to a reduction in the cost of maintaining an office and the ability to attract high-performing employees from other countries.
Also, this template can be used by IT companies when preparing instructions and business processes for working with personnel. HR managers can use this template when preparing information on how to control the work of employees who work remotely. Department leaders can use this template as they prepare to transition employees to work remotely due to COVID-19.
Remote Work is a professional and modern template that contains six stylish and fully editable slides. If necessary, you can change all elements of the slide in accordance with your corporate requirements. This template will be useful for company executives, HR managers and IT companies. The Remote Work template will seamlessly complement your presentations and will be a great addition to your collection of professional presentations.