The VP of AI recruiting startup Mya says that even during a stressful time like this, employers may find that remote workers are more productive and less stressed, and those who are required to work this way now may want to continue once things return to normal.
With the current “shelter in place” mandates in several geographies, recognizing the benefits and reality of remote work as an option and addressing the needs of those workers is absolutely critical. Already, nearly 5 million independent workers describe themselves as “digital nomads,” or workers who choose a “location independent, technology-enabled lifestyle” that allows them to work from anywhere in the world.
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