BTG Guide to Remote Work

April 16, 2020

A compilation of best practices for communication, collaboration, and productivity

For the past decade, the popularity of remote work has grown rapidly, with benefits that include increased job satisfaction, reduced turnover, and cost efficiency.

Yet widespread acceptance of flexible work arrangements remains elusive. Managers are concerned about its impacts on productivity. Executives fear it may decrease communication and collaboration.

Remote work can be every bit as successful as in-person collaboration. As organizations across the globe expand their remote work programs to protect employees’ health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, we compiled best practices from remote work veterans across our organization on addressing common remote work concerns:

  • Making your home your office
  • Managing virtual teams
  • Getting the most out of video calls
  • Balancing work and family
  • Optimizing remote work in a small space
  • Maintaining work-life balance
Here are our top insights about making working from home work for you.


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