Wondering How to Work Remotely? Discover Your Place in the Ever-Changing Global Workforce Through Emily Bron.
The global pandemic didn’t change the future of remote work. It accelerated the future of remote work. Now, offices throughout the US, Canada, and beyond have made rapid adjustments to accommodate new requirements and employee needs.
The bottom line? These changes are here to stay.
We are in the midst of a global workforce revolution where traditional rules and expectations no longer apply. This begs the question: what does the future look like for remote workers?
Our answer is hybrid.
Changing Employee Preferences
A staggering 63% of participants in a recent global workforce survey indicated their belief that “the best person for the job is the right person regardless of where they are located.”
Ultimately, employee preferences are changing and forward-leaning business leaders are taking notice. That’s why 41% of decision-makers believe that “remote working will unlock additional revenue and profit growth for their businesses.”
With a high proportion of workers and business leaders in agreement, we believe that the future of remote work will involve a largely hybrid workforce.
What Does a ‘Hybrid’ Workforce Truly Mean?
Contrary to popular belief, a hybrid workforce doesn’t necessarily mean that every worker is expected to split their remote and in-person working hours.
In fact, a recent Harvard Business Review study indicates that upwards of 64 million Americans may become full-fledged digital nomads over the next two to three years. While many of these individuals may work in freelance capacities, others will continue to work at traditional organizations. In turn, we anticipate that organizations throughout virtually every industry will implement remote working policies to accommodate the changes.
Supporting the Freedom to Move
As organizations evolve, policies to govern the hybrid workforce are likely to include:
- Potential off-limits areas (50 + countries and growing)
- Structured KPIs (key performance indicators) or work hour logging
- Tax and employment compliance regulations
- In-person annual or monthly requirements (industry dependent)
- More related benefits, examples: Global health insurance for Remote workers, Nomad and companies; Global travel medical insurance and even Pension plans.
Many prospective digital nomads who are wondering how to work remotely will change industries entirely. Other employees who are eager to participate in the future of remote work will seek out these structured agreements within their existing companies locally.
How to Work Remotely from Anywhere
Organizations are evolving, talent pools are growing more diverse, and remote work is becoming more productive. In turn, having a dedicated partner to facilitate your efforts, whether in the US, Canada, or beyond, is key to success.
Ready to work with an acclaimed remote work expert? If so, Emily Bron offers key support for payroll, benefits, taxes, compliance, and beyond.
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