Nov 25, 2017

Should You Let Your Employees Work from Home?

There’s a lot of chatter out there about company culture and developing an environment where your employees will thrive. Working from home or creating an open-style office (think no doors where even the CEO works in a cubicle) are all the rage for startup companies looking to attract talented millennials. Do the advantages of remote work outweigh the disadvantages? Or is it better for your business to require employees to work at the office? In truth, both styles have merit depending on your business needs and priorities.

Pros of Working at the Office

Pros of Working from Home

Sometimes having a hybrid staff is the best solution. It’s best to evaluate which jobs can successfully be done from home and whether or not the employees performing these jobs have the skill set required to work remotely. It’s a delicate balance, but with the right management, allowing employees to work from home can be a win for both parties.

About the author

Brandy Jesperson
Brandy Jesperson
Brandy worked in social media, publishing, and technical writing before joining the Lendio News team. She has a B.S. in Communications from the University of Utah. When she's not writing, Brandy enjoys cooking and traveling.


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