5 remote work challenges (and tips to help you overcome them)

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What started as a means to stay agile during the pandemic has quickly evolved into an accepted, sustainable, and arguably superior option for work. That’s right: Remote work is here, and it’s here to stay. 

Between the flexibility it affords, the office space it saves, and the time it reclaims (no more commutes!), remote work has become a popular alternative to in-person work among employees and employers alike. In fact, remote jobs have become so popular that employers are allowing team members to telecommute as a strategic way to attract and retain top talent. 

The future of work involves working from home, so keep your organization competitive by learning the benefits and challenges involved with supporting a remote workforce.

What is remote work?

Remote work is a flexible arrangement where employees work from a location that isn’t employer-provided on a full- or part-time basis. These employees might operate from a home office, a coffee shop, a co-working space, or, if they’re living the life of a digital nomad, as they travel. 

Remote work has gained rapid popularity over the past five years—not just for employee health, but for employee engagement. According to the 2022 State of Talent Optimization Report, the

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