Tess C. Taylor, PHR, The HR Writer
Have you employed any remote workers yet? If not, there’s a good chance you have or will in the near future. The use of remote employees and contractors has many benefits, including the ability to expand globally with minimal overhead costs, the ability to recruit from a much wider skillset of talent, and the convenience of having employees in multiple time zones to manage projects around the clock. Multiple studies, including these highlighted in Working Mother Magazine
have also shown that remote workers are more productive, which means companies earn greater revenues.
How can your organization ensure your remote workers are paid the best possible compensation for their unique work value?