Remote Work and the Business Operations Manager
by Pam Weiser
As we all know, 2020 was a miserable year for a lot of people, but there were some silver linings, in all of the pandemic madness.
Before COVID, 7 million people were working remotely in the US and with the shift to mostly remote work during COVID, that number has increased exponentially. In fact, a Gartner survey of company leaders showed that 82% of organizations will allow their workers to work remotely, part of the time, and 47% of companies will allow their workers to remain remote, after the pandemic.
It appears that remote work is here to stay.
Overall, remote workers tend to be happier and healthier. Personally, I have had more sleep and exercise in the last year, due to the lack of commute. My stress levels have also dropped because I don’t have to sit in traffic. Having flexible work hours has created more productivity, in my work life. I get more done without the interruptions of daily office life.
Working remotely has also allowed me to create a business operations management business, which offers support to executives and entrepreneurs around the world, while I can also work from anywhere. After 20+ years of being tied to working in an office as an administrator, I am now able to bring my expertise to you!
As a remote Business Operations Manager, I have my own workspace and my own equipment. I supply my own health insurance and benefits. I also pay my own taxes and set my own hours. All of this, while assisting and setting you and your business up for success. Who wouldn’t want this cost savings?
Are you ready to hire an experienced Business Operations Manager? Let’s talk!
“Do you want to access talent everywhere, or just in specific markets? If the answer is everywhere, you need to be at least open to the possibility of remote work -- it opens doors to attracting and retaining talent around the world, literally and figuratively.”
- Katie Burke, HubSpot
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