Courtesy of: Bamboo HR

It’s easy to assume remote workers aren’t as dedicated to the job as their on-site peers. For some bosses, working hard is synonymous with being in the office. But that perception is misguided and harmful. If remote workers perform just as well as their on-site counterparts, withholding remote privileges could damage a company’s ability to hire and retain top talent.

TSheets by QuickBooks, a time tracking software company, recently conducted two surveys to find out more. In the first, remote workers and managers of remote workers were asked to share their habits and assumptions and answer, once and for all, one crucial employment question: Are remote workers as valuable to employers as non-remote workers?

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