Four Factors That Define An Ideal Remote Work Employee

A major question facing today’s business leaders is “How should my company operate on the other side of this pandemic?” Over the past year, companies have been working remotely out of necessity. While it may have been uncomfortable at first, many workers have become accustomed to it, accepting remote work as the new norm. If you analyze the efficiency of each of your employees on an individual basis, is remote employment really that efficient? For some, the answer is "absolutely!" — while others report struggle in a remote environment.

While there is no one-size-fits-all solution for businesses in real estate and elsewhere, today’s post-pandemic world has business leaders considering impactful questions. Leaders are looking at which of their employees can and should permanently work remotely, how they should restructure their office space for those they plan on reintroducing to the workplace, and if they even need an office at all...


RSK: Probably one of the better articles on this subject.

Ken Notes: One more time, a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator survey will tell you in a few minutes how an employee will thrive in different environments.

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