Work is Changing
Covid 19 has set forth "the world's largest work-from-home experiment." ( as claimed by Time’s magazine ) as almost everyone around the world is working from home, in light of the various versions of lockdown imposed to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Remote is not a perk anymore. It’s a necessity.
Having a flexible and distributed workforce allows businesses to be more agile, adaptable, resilient, future ready and purpose driven.
And businesses have started realizing the same.Some of the organisations in India and worldwide have already started disclosing their assessment of the value in remote working and future plans:
Businesses are keen on making remote/ work from home seamless, engaging and developing trust between their employees in a remote working environment.
India is ready for the Remote Revolution
Even amidst a global crisis, employees are reporting greater productivity and higher job satisfaction, which is translating into enormous profitability for their employers.
India Inc is evaluating all components of expenses to come back to normal and looking to optimize employee costs, real estate costs and technology costs. Most companies have already let go of employees or asking employees for a salary cut or rethinking their remote and distributed work strategies.
As per Arthur D Little’s new report, 135 million Indians are due to lose jobs due to the pandemic. Remote India Jobs will make this able workforce accessible to the remote work opportunities
A Remote New Normal
Remote India Jobs facilitates the new normal which allows this new workforce to access the Indian and international companies who are embracing the remote work and work from anywhere.
Location is Irrelevant
This Remote revolution will enable companies to hire the right talent irrespective of their locations
Whether the talent operates out of Coimbotore, Haridwar or Chicago or anywhere else , his/her skills can be utilized by any Indian or international company.
Remote Jobs India will
Remote work isn’t the future, it’s the present.