Is Remote Working More Productive?

Eric Mochnacz
March 17, 2021

The massive shift to remote work in the immediate (and long-term) response to the COVID-19 pandemic will be one of the long-lasting impacts on the world of work as we head to the end of the first three months of 2021.

One key question remains – Are remote workers more productive?

Compt recently featured Senior Consultant Eric Mochnacz’s answer to that question based on his real life experience working at Red Clover and through providing guidance to our clients on remote work practices.

Not only are clients expecting more availability, but everyone feels the pressure to perform because they don’t want their jobs to be at risk if we find ourselves in another pandemic that will require another round of layoffs. We’re also all expected to do more with less, because of the hesitancy to fill positions or the inability to financially support filling vacant positions.

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The Results

Construction and Contracting

A commercial roofing contractor was in hyper growth mode. They had goals to increase their field workforce to expand their service area to additional states and geographical locations. If they were to grow their field workforce, they would also need to increase their administrative, operational and sales headcount to support the additional workload created by increased field work. Additionally, they were challenged in workforce retention and development, experiencing high turnover, and did not have a dedicated Human Resources professional to manage employee relations and compliance issues that come with trying to scale a business.

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