Imagine running an office or business where you don’t get to meet majority of your most trusted and most efficient employees every day – and in many instances, never at all. They get the job done, manage projects well, churn out high-quality deliverable on time, and ensure all your business objectives are met with precision and accuracy. Contrary to what others may think, such scenarios can happen – and is actually happening right now. Many companies utilizing a remote workforce can work with and collaborate with a team of highly-skilled professionals from all over the world – whether they’d be located in a popular coffee shop downtown or thousands of miles across the globe and in a different time zone. That’s why remote working, working-at-home, telecommuting, and any other similar variations of terms that describe working outside the walls of a traditional office, are getting increased popularity in recent years.