The dark side of inflexibility

Managed properly, flexible working can be as good for employers as it is for employees and companies that aren't embracing the trend toward remote working may find it increasingly difficult to attract and retain top talent. That's not to say that remote working is always plain sailing however—especially for digital nomads who travel the world, living and working remotely in different locations for several weeks or months at a time. In this article, Mark Frary explores how inflexibility can make a business less competitive, the benefits of having highly mobile teams, and the steps digital nomads can take to overcome their biggest challenge.

[Read the full article on raconteur.net]

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