The Changing Eco System in the Business World
The Rise of Remote Workforce
The Fourth industrial Revolution, the Gig Economy and the Gen Z workforce will give birth to many challenges for today’s evolving workplace, creating great demand for a productive and secure remote workforce and remote workplace.
OUR SOLUTIONS FOR REMOTE WORKSPACE
Our Remote Workspace Solutions address the risk and productivity concerns that many organizations are encountering as they embrace a flexible work arrangement for their business operations.
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Top Benefits of Remote Workforce
Reach out to global talent pool
Enhanced flexibility increases retention
Increase productivity leading to greater profits
Significant cost saving
Do you currently have employee's or colleagues working from a remote work-place?
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Is your Business Ready to Hire Remote Workers
REMOTE WORK SUCCESS STORIES
Today, Dell offers a variety of flexible work options, allowing employees to work remotely some or all of the time, and at variable hours. The program has been a huge success, with nearly 60% of employees working flexibly and reporting a Net Promoter Score that’s typically 20% higher than those who don’t. And with fewer people in the office every day, Dell doesn’t need as much office space — netting the company $12 million in annual savings since 2014.
While it’s officially based in San Francisco, the company has 850 employees across more than 55 countries, all of whom work from home. GitLab ,San Francisco-based tech startup, has grown dramatically to $2.75B in recent years. CEO Sid Sijbrandij says his all-remote policy is a big reason why.
Results of ‘Work From Home’ experiment at Ctrip, a 16,000-employee, NASDAC listed Chinese travel agency, reveals that remote working led to a 13 per cent increase in performance and 50 per cent reduction in staff turnover. Since then, the company rolled out the option to WFH to the whole firm.