Remote as a benefit

 Forcing workers back into the offices, while the pandemic is still real, could be a great push for remote work. Companies that offer remote work, could be capitalizing soon on this as a benefit, for a generation of workers that value geographical freedom.

25% of workers, is what's estimated, that could do their jobs remotely, and these last years (2020/2021) have taught us that remote worked well for a lot of people that could deal with it, and it provided companies with the validation of a lot of assumptions and theories about what would happen if everyone had to work remotely.

So now that we know, that economies were mostly impacted by forced lockouts than by lack of mobility, we could also learn from that, and induce that forcing people back into the office might also not be a good idea. 

Remote work is becoming a benefit for workers, and an incentive for companies, especially for those where trust is common. So to shift into the remote culture with ease, we also need to build cultures of trust.


These values can build trust, but there is another one that can be achieved by choosing the right work tools, and enables the 3 above.


Being able to visualize work, to report on it easily, and to collaborate by breaking silos, is what distinguishes good from great companies.

So when we design services, we take transparency as a value that has a transofmative effect on the people that complete processes, that provide deliverables, and that are what makes a company.

Companies are made of people, human centered design is key to connect to people's needs, and having constant supervision, dos not rank very high on Maslow's pyramid of human needs, WiFi ranks higher. 

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