Remote Working: A guide to navigating the new world of work

Embracing remote working can mean happier, more productive employees who invest their best in their jobs, and go above and beyond for the company.

Remote working is no longer a ‘nice to have’ incentive that employers use to attract talent. It has evolved to become an essential element of business continuity and crisis management.

It offers many benefits for the business and its employees. By embracing remote working, companies can see lower turnover rates, higher engagement and stronger performance as employees appreciate the convenience and flexibility. As shown in the graph on page four, GitLabs’ research shows 52% of employers globally cite increased productivity as the top benefit of remote working.