With the access we have to technology today, working remotely has never been more feasible or more desirable. Remote working has been on the rise since 2012, and by 2020, it’s estimated that nearly three-quarters of the U.S. workforce will do some of their work remotely.
Hiring remote workers can help companies hire top talent, retain their employees, and spur innovation and creative thinking among employees. But, having a large remote workforce is not without its pitfalls. One of the biggest problems remote workers cause for employers is complicating the company payroll system.