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“Remote work is labeled many ways. We define it as work completed in an environment other than the employer workplace. This can include working from a home office for employees & contractors and/or working from any other imaginable environment (hotel, beach, in transit, etc.). Remote work is a fast growing trend in the workplace with 3 out of 5 North American workers stating they can work remotely.”
While that entire passage is important, the one detail that really stands out can be found in the last sentence: Remote work is a fast growing trend in the workplace with 3 out of 5 North American workers stating they can work remotely.
In other words, 60 percent of workers in North America have the opportunity to work remotely. This is a huge number, with many expecting it to grow in the years to come.
With all this in mind, there is an important question to address:
Why has remote working become so popular in North America, as well as other parts of the world?
While every company has its own reasons for adopting this arrangement, here are some of the biggest benefits:
Worker retention. Simply put, the large majority of people enjoy the ability to work remotely. This provides them with flexibility to balance their personal and professional lives. As a result, people with remote working capabilities are more likely to stick with their company.
Increased productivity. Many companies have found that employees are more productive when working from a remote setting. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that they don’t have to waste time commuting to and from the office.
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Here is how the North Carolina Department of Commerce defines remote work:

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