While it is now looked at much more normally than previously, the truth is full-time remote work was on the rise years before the recent pandemic response was ever even considered. The thirteen year period between 2005 and 2018 saw the number of remote employees nearly double, with a 173% increase. The issue then, and the issue now, remains the same. Businesses and their employees alike need to remain safe and secured throughout their time working at home. But how is it that businesses can successfully provide this safety without directly seeing their employees on the day to day? Having managers up to the challenge of keeping these employees in check is a start. Next is preparing for the potential liability that can come as a result of these employees, which can be defended with the right insurance policy in place. Finally, staying equipped with the right cybersecurity tools will also make a significant difference. In order to learn more about how checking all these boxes can actually allow remote work to contribute positively to your organization, be sure to review the resource paired alongside this post.