How To Attract Remote Workers To Your Community
19 Apr 2021
You know you need remote workers, now let's talk about how to attract remote workers to your community. REMOTE WORKERS bring an abundance of advantages to a local workforce, from growing the tax base to diversifying the labor pool. As remote work continues to grow, more communities will benefit from adding remote workers to their local workforce.
WAYS TO ATTRACT REMOTE WORKERS TO YOUR COMMUNITY
REMOTE WORK IS THE NEW NORM
- Nearly two-thirds of U.S. workers who have been working remotely during the pandemic want to continue to work from home, according to a GALLUP POLL.
- Between April and May 2020, the number of remote workers in the U.S. doubled, GALLUP REPORTS. These numbers have the potential to remain elevated for the foreseeable future.
- 55% of managers of remote workers say they'll continue to allow their employees to work remotely more frequently than they did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic (GALLUP).
- U.S. remote workdays have doubled during the pandemic (GALLUP).
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