It’s no secret that remote work is growing rapidly, thanks to advancements in communication and productivity tools. A study by the International Workplace Group estimates that 50 percent of people globally work outside their headquarters for at least 2.5 days each week. Employees report higher productivity, greater efficiency and less stress, while companies can benefit from lower real estate costs and an expanded talent pool.
But building an effective remote team isn’t as simple as flipping a switch. Especially for education companies, it requires careful considerations around factors such as your company culture, infrastructure,…
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