As an entrepreneur, you have a choice to make about your fledgling business: Are you going to house your operations in a physical office, or are you going to go entirely remote?
It’s not an easy decision. Each option has its benefits and drawbacks. Traditional offices are great for collaboration and keeping tabs on your workers, but they also cost quite a bit of money and can limit your talent pool. Meanwhile, remote offices give you more flexibility with your hiring choices, but communication between coworkers can be limited and there’s always the chance someone will take advantage of their flexibility and play fast and loose with their work hours.
To aid you in your quest for the perfect office, the folks at Make It Cheaper put together a pretty cool flowchart that can guide you to the right decision. Check it out below:
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Matthew Kosinski is the managing editor of Recruiter.com.