When incorporating a business in the digital age, many entrepreneurs
find themselves questioning the need and relevancy of an office. With so many employees working from home, using mobile devices to be more productive and holding meetings with co-workers and clients remotely, is there really a definitive need for a brick-and-mortar office?
According to a recent Skype survey, remote workplaces are becoming widely accepted, with an average of 62 percent allowing employees to log in while still in their pajamas. Additionally, 75 percent of executives and decision makers view working from home as acceptable and an additional 56 percent find their remote employees to be more productive.
"The proliferation of online collaboration tools is one indicator that [the] 'WFH' - that’s short for 'working from home,' ... culture is blossoming," Jolie O'Dell wrote for Mashable. "In fact, Skype and tools like it have pretty much made the necessity of a 9-to-5 physical presence behind a cubicle-bound desk obsolete."
One sector that remote offices particularly benefit is a group of female entrepreneurs with families, dubbed "mompreneurs." By incorporating a remote business, mompreneurs are still able to take care of their families while simultaneously staying connected with their careers and the outside world.
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