How Remote Work Leads to More Loyal Employees

Remote work can indeed be difficult.

Coordinating meetings, working in different time zones, and overcoming the difficulties of communication have been major issues in the remote world.

But these difficulties can also be strengths — the outcome of positive organization and dedication to quality assurance.

The question should not be “can you do this job from home?” but rather “can you do this job?”

If your skills are good enough for a company to hire you and let you work from home, they are good enough for them to keep empowering you through their system.

Long-term, satisfied employees are the result of a work environment that is structured for efficiency and success.

Remote work is not all about trust. It’s about making good use of the opportunities that working from home can bring to an organization.

The fact that our team is spread across eight time zones allows us to complete projects in hours instead of weeks, giving us greater flexibility on how we structure our resources, as well as a better understanding of the needs and management of customers in different countries.

The most important part of working remotely is that we have a decentralized remote team (we also have an office in San Francisco), not just one or two people in each time zone.

We have team members who are remote in Australia, Europe, and the UK. By now we have the experience to know how to run a remote team properly and efficiently.

We’ve made the most of our opportunities by creating a system that allows our remote employees to be self-sufficient – with infrastructure that allows them to do their jobs without needing direct supervision.

We provide useful documentation, guidelines, and information on best practices so they can succeed in their roles.

There is no doubt that there are challenges with this type of work structure.

Our team’s characteristics, as well as our products, are global. The challenges we face can be overcome by finding the right people for the job. We look for skill and commitment, not geographic location.

Remote work is a way of life for almost everyone.

We believe it is an asset that allows us to connect with our colleagues from all over the globe in a unique way enabled by technology and supported by a strong culture of trust.

Reasons why remote work leads to more loyal employees:


1. Employees can have a better work-life balance.

2. Employees are often able to follow their passions.

3. They typically appreciate not having to travel.

4. They usually feel valued.

5. It often saves them money.

6. To increase the productivity and growth of your organization your employees must be loyal to their work. Remote work is allowing being more profitable with loyal employees.