Remote work in the Australian healthtech industry
- Sep 21 2021
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Remote Office has been working with healthtech companies in Australia for healthcare services for a while now. Remote working became even more prevalent after the Covid-19 pandemic struck the world a mighty blow, forcing employees to work from home.
Digital healthcare was, in particular, an area of explosive expansion as entrepreneurs developed new means to limit the amount of time spent in the office. In fact, a recent study by McKinsey revealed that there is much greater scope for remote work in professions such as general practitioner.
As companies move toward remote and hybrid workplaces, technology and tools will be necessary to streamline remote workflows. And, that’s where we come in. Through the AI-driven recruitment processes and cutting edge project management tools, we helped the Australian health-tech companies to secure and retain cross-border talents during the pandemic.
This has been made possible through our transparent ecosystem developed through a long trial and error. The RO ecosystem is designed to reduce employee absences, ensure smoother workflow, and free our clients from tracking attendance and productivity metrics.
As a business, we want to make sure businesses collaborate with top-tier talents without facing geographical barriers and worrying about allocating additional investments to scale teams.
Remote and hybrid companies are also being able to save time and get more work done as remote work enables employees to make better use of their working hours.
On the other hand, there’s an upside for the remote employees too! By working from home, they enjoy the benefits of stress-reduction related to mental health and remain germ-free. This results in better work quality. They also get more time to spend with their families as they are working from home or working from anywhere! This leads to an employee to be productive in meetings, perform better and stay loyal to the employer.
The Chief People Officer of Hubspot Katie Burke says, “Do you want to access talent everywhere, or just in specific markets? If the answer is everywhere, you need to be at least open to the possibility of remote work.”