We tallied the benefits of companies that grew over 2x while working remotely during 2020. With this we made some distinct conclusions about what the norms are in the market, developing trends, and what to expect in the future.
With remote work becoming the standard form of employment for many companies around the world, there should also be a standard for the benefits/perks that remote employees receive. If there isn't, there could be a significant gap between what in-office employees receive and how remote work will be treated on a contract-by-contract basis.
The study of 100 Remote Companies found that:
-62% of remote companies provide some form of healthcare
-38% of remote companies compensated for some level of home office expenses
-72% of remote companies offered paid time off
Which of these benefits would you prefer to become standards for remote employment? What other perks should remote companies consider to attract top talent and retain their current remote workers?
I would love to hear your thoughts!