Here’s an interesting trend. Businesses large and small are encouraging employees to work from home. Reports show remote workers are as or more productive than those who working every day in an office. And their morale improves, as well. And these results happen whether employees work remotely all the time or just a day or two a week.

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This email was originally sent on 3/2/20

About the Author

Alan Katz is the CEO of Take 44, the company behind NextAgency. He previously served as SVP for Individual and Small Group Sales at WellPoint (now Anthem) and Chief Sales Officer at SeeChange Health. Alan entered the insurance industry in 1983 and is a past President of the National Associations of Health Underwriters. He received NAHU’s “Person of the Year” award in 2013. In his off time, Alan can be found playing competitive poker or catching up on a Star Wars movie.