Is Remote Working Good for your Business?

August 7, 2015 Leena Thampan

People assume that remote workers – also known as telecommuters – are twenty-something Gen Y hipsters working in Starbucks on their MacBook Pro’s, with “ninja” and “guru” in their job titles.

Wagepoint CMO, Leena Thampan explains why that’s not true and gives some background to their own success as a remote team. From a company that has found success working remotely for years, you too can learn how having employees that work remotely from home could benefit you as an employer or employee.

How to increase productivity with remote teams - we cover that and more in our guest post for Officevibe. Read the full post here: Is Remote Working Good for your Business

Officevibe is all about improving employee engagement and making it simple. The company can engage your employees in less than 5 minutes per month by asking questions, providing surveys and ultimately giving you an actionable report to boost company engagement.

About the Author

Leena Thampan

Leena worked for some of the big guns in the media industry before deciding her true calling was to be the ultimate curator of our brand - this is our version of the story, of course. She spends her days cooking culinary masterpieces from all over the world. And if you are not really careful, she might just offer it to you.

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