If your office still doesn't offer employees a "work-from-home" program of some sort, you're behind the times. There are obvious exceptions (security, equipment) when a job needs to be done on location, but advancements in technology allow most office employees to do a large amount of their tasks remotely. Some companies take this a step further and embrace the trend of 100% remote employees, where a person's primary workspace is their home office.
Remote work comes with a number of benefits for both employers and employees. Just the mention of it in a job description is sure to attract a few new applicants when posting jobs. But you can't offer the perk and stop there. As the infographic below from TimeDoctor shows, remote workers have different motivations and managing them comes with new challenges. The infographic is compiled based on results of a study completed by employee engagement company, TINYpulse, and provides insight into remote workers' motivation, demographics and unique struggles they have on the job.