A Global PEO Will Support Your Virtual Environment
Within this eBook, we’ll dissect the very basics of what a Global PEO can do, how they can help your business navigate the transition from a physical workplace to a virtual one, and we’ll pay close attention to how it can help ensure compliance across the board.
From there, we’ll move into some examples of how a Global PEO can function in a virtual workplace world. One of the most important things to consider about your virtual environment is how you plan to go about staffing your team and ensuring that your employees are being taken care of. Remote work is an interesting topic because it’s still relatively novel – not many companies have been fully open to the idea of allowing their employees to work remotely, but in the wake of COVID-19, it’s been quite unavoidable. Before we get into the details of a PEO, let’s look at some vital statistics related to remote working:
As of 2018, more than 5 million employees work at home half-time or more – only about 3.5% of the workforce. Remote work has grown by nearly 180% since 2005.
More than 50% of employees have a job where remote work isn’t just possible, but it’s more convenient.
Desks are vacant upwards of 60% of the time.
In 2019, nearly 80% of survey respondents stated that they’d like to work from home some of the time.
Millennials desire flexibility in a job, and remote work is one of those benefits.