Should You Allow Remote Work at Your Company [Infographic]

The number of companies allowing some form of remote work arrangement has increased dramatically over the last decade.

According to the US Department of Labor, there has been a 50 percent increase in the number of companies that have a majority remote workforce. So how does this impact business, overall?

Our friends at 15Five did the grunt work and surveyed hundreds of employees and leaders from various departments and various industries. The numbers are fascinating.

Check out the infographic for the latest telecommuting trends and for tips leaders can use to keep their teams on the same page.


Amy is a Writer, Editor, and Content Strategist with a background in Sales and Sales Management. She created The Millennial Think Tank to debunk much of the hype around GenY and has deep insights into all 3 generations. She also writes on Sales, B2B, and Diversity Issues. Amy lives in Florida and PA with her modern day Brady Bunch family.

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