Though many executive teams may have originally scoffed at the idea of allowing a majority of their employees work remotely, the truth is many benefits have spurred as a result of the decisions made pre-pandemic. Though these benefits are largely employee driven, businesses benefit all the same. In the case of employees, additional freedom in the way of a work-life balance has been achieved by many. Similarly, businesses benefit from lower operational costs as a result of their remote employees. While these benefits certainly outweigh the risks, there is some liability that must be parsed through. One of the most common threats to remote employees is the likelihood of a data breach. Whether that be a result of a hardware thief or malicious malware, company information should never be at risk. Without the security measures in place, businesses will inevitably face these challenges. Being prepared to handle the risk is then of utmost importance. To learn more about the ways to prepare for this risk as a business owner, please read on to the resource coupled alongside this post.
Risks To Know For Your Remote Workers provided by B2Z Insurance, a small business insurance provider