White paper

Learning to lead for a future of remote work

An educational and practical guide to understanding remote work and how to lead a team for the future

At Range, we’re always looking to understand how people work today and how they will work in the future. One workplace trend that can no longer be shelved for future discussions is remote work. That future is already here.

Remote work is becoming increasingly common — by Gallup’s estimates, 37% of workers work remotely at least some of the time. Other studies have indicated 70% of global workers work remotely at least once per week.

Remote work is essentially about flexibility. What you, as an employer, are saying to employees is, “We trust you will get the work done. You can get it done on your time and in a location that makes sense to you.”

But getting started with remote work at your company likely isn’t as simple as making that declaration. There are a number of misconceptions about remote workers that distract from the very substantial benefits remote work brings to both an employer and their employees. And then there’s the very real question of “What processes do we need to put in place to set everyone up for success?”

We’ll discuss those topics and a whole lot more in this remote work white paper, which unpacks:

  • A brief history of work in America
  • Misconceptions of remote work
  • Why those misconceptions are often wrong
  • The benefits to employers
  • Finding the right tools and processes for remote work success
  • How to get started with remote work

After reading this white paper, our hope is that you take what you’ve learned back to your company to begin having more focused discussions on remote work. And when you begin working to determine what remote work looks like on your team, remember Range is here to help.

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