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Working remotely
... remote workers see a 20% to 55% increase in productivity

By 2020, it’s expected that half of the workforce will be remote. This is not only something employees are demanding, but it is being legislated in countries like the UK. One survey found that 43 percent of employees would take a flex work arrangement over a raise. There are many big-name companies that support remote work for a surprising variety of jobs. Flexibility includes the option to work less for less pay; for example, a four-day work week. Flex work is extending into vacation policy with companies like Netflix and Virgin moving to unlimited leave policies to help drive productivity of creatives in an outcome-based work environment.  (page 29)

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How to manage a workforce that’s spread around the globe

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The rise of remote working

At These 125 Companies, All Or Most Employees Work Remotely

Five Ways A Company Can Set Up Remote Workers For Success

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10 Tips for Effective Collaboration in Remote Teams
 

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