Numerous studies have shown how a remote working environment increases happiness and employee productivity among office-based workers. Remote employees save commuting time and escape the often mundane routine of a traditional work setup.
However, the big challenge for remote work is the physical separation between remote workers and management, which makes it difficult for managers to monitor their teams.
Without office space, companies have to compensate by implementing productivity tools and collaborative remote work technologies to fill the gap posed by the distance between your remote teams.
Managers can’t physically monitor their employees, and remote employee monitoring software, while disturbingly popular, is creepy and destroys trust.