After weeks of begging, you’ve convinced your boss to let you work from home. Remote working! It’s the dream, right? As a freelance writer and remote worker myself, I can tell you that the rumors are all true: working from home is the best. I can work while the laundry’s going. I can take the dog for a walk whenever he needs to go. I can pace around when I’m mulling over an idea or a turn of phrase without disturbing anyone. I can work whenever I feel most productive, whether that’s at 9:00 a.m. sharp, or at two in the morning when inspiration suddenly strikes out of the blue.
If you’re a business owner or a manager, chances are you’re always looking for ways to boost productivity. Even the best staff in the world has plenty of shortcomings. Below, we’ll discuss six terrific ways that you can start working to create a more productive workforce immediately.
Your organization has lots of important strengths, but it also has many ways to improve. Nothing says that you need to overcome these obstacles with internal staff, though. More and more often, companies are turning to freelancers to fill gaps instead of hiring full-time staff.