Remote Jobs,

Distributed Teams, &

the New Geographies of Work

What is "Work in Place"?

In 2016, 43 percent of the U.S. workforce will no longer work full-time in a traditional office setting.

And that number is growing. Fueled by worldwide broadband adoption, stronger collaboration tools, and a growing desire for a more flexible labor market, the way we work has drastically changed.

The pace of this revolution means that every industry and every organization and every individual must think about workforce planning strategies to attract and retain a labor pool that demands work flexibility.

The term Work in Place encompasses work by employees or individuals who are not based exclusively in a central office.

It includes remote working, teleworking or telecommuting, flexible work,
and working in shared workspaces, from home, or other off-site locations.




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