Working remotely means working outside of a traditional office - usually from home - and communicating digitally. In theory, remote work allows people to work regardless of location, although the decision on a worker's base location may depend on other factors.
Telecommuting can be done by anyone who can complete their tasks and responsibilities without having to go to a workplace.
The digital transformation has brought about a cultural paradigm shift with respect to the workplace, and the key player in that shift is remote working. Technological advances have allowed workers to become mobile using portable devices along with wireless connectivity to get work done from anywhere.
Working remotely offers advantages and benefits such as flexibility, independence, cost savings and unproductive travel times, and even greater motivation and performance. In addition, it improves the level of absenteeism and there is less sick leave.
Thanks to remote work, a company has no geographical limitations to hire the best professionals anywhere in the world.

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