Video and messaging enable remote work. But is it right for your company?
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Four-day work week. Open-plan offices. Work-life balance. Remote work. There are endless ways to set up your team and company for success. And there’s evidence for and against all of these scenarios.
Take remote work for instance. Owl Labs reports that 44% of global companies don’t allow it. While Gallup reports that 43% of all Americans work remotely at least some of the time.
So what’s the right answer? Well that depends on what your goals are. But no matter what, the important thing is to make a decision and stick with it.
Because no matter what decision you’re making – personal, professional, big or small – it’s important to commit 100%. And when that decision is likely to impact your company’s culture for years to come, you better hope to get it right.
So when Buffer’s co-founder and CEO,
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