How you should compensate remote workers is a hotly debated topic lately. There have never been more people working remotely. Many were already working remotely before the pandemic and this trend will only continue post-COVID.
According to a recent Gartner CFO Survey, “Nearly Three in Four CFOs Plan to Shift at Least 5% of Previously On-Site Employees to Permanently Remote Positions Post-COVID 19.”
The rise of remote workers has caused many companies to re-think how they compensate their employees. Should you be compensating remote workers differently? Should they make the less or the same as other employees?
Our recruiters outline some things to think about when setting the salary for remote workers.
Use these considerations when setting compensation:
Laura Hilgras offers up 3 compensation strategies to consider for your remote workforce:
As you can see, the rise of remote workers has forced us to change how we think about compensating our employees. Consider the above information and make a decision that is in the best interests of your company and your employees. Ensure remote worker pay is in alignment with your compensation philosophy.
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