With all this in mind, you might be asking yourself what the pros and cons of hiring a remote worker look like. As more work moves out of office spaces and remote work grows, it can feel appropriate to worry that you're relinquishing some control over your workforce. However, multiple studies show that workers are ready to embrace remote working. Buffer.com
reported in one of their studies in 2019 that 99% of interviewees would like the ability to work off-site at least once in their career. Remote working gives everyone in your team the chance to cut-out the long commute and create a better work-life balance. You can approach monitoring workload and progress in the same way you approach work in the office, by overseeing the process, communication, and documentation of tasks. A tool like Monday.com
or a Gantt Chart are great ways to oversee how everyone in your team is getting on. Remote workers can also be cost-effective: there's no need for office equipment, you can alleviate the costs of medical leaves and sick pay. Finally, more and more research is showing the impact remote working has on productivity levels in trends that have been growing from 2013
The world of tech and employment is continuously evolving, and keeping up with trends, information, tips, and techniques can be a big undertaking. That's why Invatechs works to evolve and support you in all your technical and Fintech challenges and find your solutions. If you need assistance with hiring a remote developer or engineering team, contact us today and let us help you unlock the potential of this new frontier of productive working.