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The Pros and Cons of Having Employees Who Work Remotely

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Summary: Technology and traffic have forced many employers to arrange their businesses so that employees can work off-site.

The Pros and Cons of Having Employees Who Work Remotely

With the advent of wireless technology, video conferencing and of course copious increases in traffic in and around large and growing U.S. cities, it makes sense that many employers are adjusting their businesses and law firms so that employees can work off-site. And while this can benefit your company’s bottom line, an off-site workforce might also have some negatives.
 
Remote Work: There Are Lots of Pluses, But Some Unexpected Minuses, Too

Sure, working at home has its positives. However, one important aspect of any company may be at risk if it has an offsite workforce; and that is the company’s culture.
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Use This Checklist to Onboard Your Remote Workers

Having an offsite workforce can be challenging, especially when you have to onboard new employees. Use this article as a checklist for onboarding your latest offsite employees.
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10 Stats about Remote Work

This article gives a list of positives that can come from an employer-culture that allows employees to work offsite.
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7 Deadly Disadvantages of Working from Home and How to Counter Them

For all the good that can come from having a home-based workforce, there are some negatives you should know about as a recruiter, HR manager or business owner.
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Pros and Cons of a Virtual Office

Law firms that allow their lawyers to work offsite are called virtual firms, or virtual offices. This American Bar Association article cites one attorney’s experience with the pros and cons of working from home.
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Virtual Lawyer: Running a Law Firm on the Cloud from Home

This article highlights a lawyer who created his own virtual law firm simply because it fits his clientele, most of who also work in virtual offices.
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