Remote Working in Localization


It is no longer a controversial statement to say that the workplace is changing. The increasingly competitive market for talented labor is leading companies to rethink traditional management philosophies in order to remain attractive to the most qualified applicants. 

Remote work policies are more common than ever. A 2017 Gallup poll across multiple industries reported that in 2016, 43 percent of all employees work away from their team members at least some of the time. This figure marks a four-year increase of four points, up from 39 percent in 2012. In the same poll, one out of every five workers reports that they work from home exclusively, never setting foot in the office.

What about the language services industry?

Information contained in this report

  1. TL;DR
  2. The study
  3. Remote work in language services
  4. Years of experience
  5. Position
  6. Gender
  7. What the data tell us
  8. Best practices for remote teams
  9. Concluding remarks
  10. Where to go from here

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