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Telecommuting is a popular option for employees of both large and small businesses. New meeting, messaging, and collaboration tools now mean that working from home can be highly productive. But before adopting a remote workforce, your company should consider its benefits and drawbacks.

Telecommuting is the simple practice of remote work-be it from home or an offsite location such as a cafe or co-working space. Telecommuting makes full use of internet connectivity, email, and phones to establish flexible work arrangements for the modern-day employee. What is the Telecommuting Act?

In the last decade, the mobile workforce has increased by more than 100 percent—not that surprising when we consider the abundant improvement in technology over that same time period. Telecommuting offers wonderful benefits to companies and workers alike, with an improved work-life balance topping the charts. Not only that, but a 2015 Gallup poll shows […]

If you’re operating under the assumption that telecommuting is at an all-time high, you’re right. In fact, “in the U.S., 60 percent of companies offer remote-work arrangements, up from just 20 percent in 1996,” according to Bloomberg, and it’s also a popular trend in India, Indonesia and Mexico. Which means that you probably already work […]