Kevin Hodes, CEO of Credit Card Processing Company Swypit, Shares New Article Considering Whether It’s Advisable to Let Remote Workers Keep “Odd” Hours
Frisco, TX – August 24, 2020 – Kevin Hodes, CEO of Swypit has published a new article entitled “Should You Let Your Remote Employees Keep ‘Odd’ Working Hours?” In the article, Hodes explores the challenges distributed, remote, teams can present for more “traditional” employers and whether allowing employees to work “odd hours” can make such teams more or less effective.
This current COVID-19 world of “remote work” can feel foreign for some companies and employers. Yet, there are other large, well-established and successful, companies that have been embracing this model for a while. Even more interesting is that some of these businesses have taken this flexibility one step further by also encouraging their employees to work “odd hours” that are more conducive to their highest productivity.
What does this mean? Hodes explains that, “Some companies, such as Zapier — which is 100% remote — have found that they get the greatest productivity and results from their teams when they allow and embrace even the most “odd” of working hours for their employees.”
He adds, “Basically, what Zapier leadership has learned — and the biggest lesson those of us basically “forced” to embrace remote work can consider and possibly, adopt — is that flexibility can be one of the greatest benefits to productivity that has come about in the world of “work” in many years.”
One reason, explains Hodes, is that allowing employees such flexibility, “…doesn’t force employees to try and work or focus when doing those things at specific times doesn’t match their natural inclination or productivity rhythm. In fact, there has been much recent research done in this area, demonstrating that forcing individuals to “work” when it’s not their peak focus period is such a waste of time that it’s almost pointless. Indeed, in such cases, your business often loses out in many ways. Productivity will be diminished, and errors can increase.”
You can read the entire article here: http://swypit.com/should-you-let-your-remote-employees-keep-odd-working-hours/
About Kevin Hodes:
Since 1999, owner and founder of Swypit, Kevin Hodes, prides himself on bringing honesty and integrity to the world of credit card processing. Swypit provides much more than just a service. Swypit takes great pride in assisting their clients with growing and managing their business, while directly and successfully contributing to their client’s profitability. His expertise in the merchant service industry is sought out and he has been seen on ABC, NBC, CBS, A&E, E!, and Bravo networks.
In an industry that is rife with third party providers who are often more intent upon selling equipment than providing an effective solution for your business, Swypit ensures that their clients feel like more than just a number and receive an unparalleled level of communication and customer support.
Swypit provides world‐class service, rates, and leading edge technology. In addition, they offer businesses free credit card terminals, point of sale systems capable of managing inventory, payroll, gift cards, as well as cash advance services.
Kevin Hodes is a three time Best‐Selling Author and Executive Producer of the following documentaries, “Maximum Achievement: The Brian Tracy Story”, “The Jay Abraham Story, Getting Everything You Can Out Of All You’ve Got ” and the upcoming movie “Folds of Honor, The Maj Dan Rooney Story.”
Staying active in the community and giving back is important to Hodes, which is why direct profits from Swypit go back into many community organizations, with his primary focus being The American Fallen Soldiers Project.
You may obtain further information about Frisco, Texas-based Swypit by visiting the website: www.swypit.com or by calling: 1-877-379-9748.