Saturday December 7, 2019

Should start-ups control remote working?

There is no better way to highlight the benefits of remote working than a massive snowfall. But if you’re thinking of bringing in a work-from-home policy, try to balance it against what a start-up needs

9th March, 2018
Not all companies are in favour of remote working. Pic: Getty

There is no better way to highlight the benefits of remote working than a massive snowfall. Stuck in our homes with no safe way to our desks, many companies were happy to have their employees work from home.

These more lax policies can take any shape. You might be able to work from home one day a week, or go home if you are not in for meetings.

Many start-ups have no choice but to...

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