Introduction: Improving Remote Worker Productivity
There has been a dramatic rise in the number of remote workers over the last decade and a half, with some estimates claiming a massive 173% increase of employees that regularly work-from-home since 2015. The
current COVID-19 pandemic, however, has forced a rapid boom in the number of remote workers, many of whom may remain so permanently. A recent study of 317 CFOs and Finance leaders that took place in March
2020 claims that post-COVID-19, 74% of them will likely transition a minimum of 5% of their previously on-site workforce to permanent remote work positions.