Remote Workplace Services Market Expected to reach $67B by 2028

A new study, “Global Remote Workplace Services Market Size, Share & Industry Trends Analysis Report by Component, Deployment Type, Organization Size, Vertical, Regional Outlook and Forecast, 2022-2028” report shows the sector is expected to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.3 percent through 2028 to make it a $67 billion market.

The report, which has been added to’s offering, suggests the main objective of implementing remote workplace services in a firm is to produce an employee experience that is comparable to or better than working in an office environment.

Remote workplace service enables businesses to interact and collaborate with employees who work in an office, remotely or in a hybrid environment. As a result of higher productivity and technological advancement, workplaces are becoming increasingly digitalized.

The remote work and hybrid work scenarios have compelled the need for executives to evaluate how other modifications to the employment paradigm can work for them. Open talent and flexible talent are broad concepts that apply to a variety of situations, such as local freelancers working on-site, globally dispersed online contractors, and innovation sourcing through competitions or tournaments. Conventionally, flexible models have been used for three things:

  • First, flexibility enables firms to adjust personnel levels up and down to accommodate changes in labor demand.
  • Secondly, flexible models enable small-task outsourcing in circumstances where it would not be appropriate to hire a full-time equivalent and when the overhead associated with conventional temporary employment solutions would cause the project to stall or become unaffordable.
  • Lastly, outside of standard hiring channels, flexible talent strategies give access to creative or diversified skill sets.

The COVID-19 pandemic is hurting economies and businesses in different nations as a result of travel restrictions, widespread lockdowns and business closures. To provide the finest services to their customers, the vendors in the workplace services sector continued to operate remotely.

Several market participants remained in a strong position to help their consumers through the crisis even during the pandemic. The use of remote working by enterprises has increased the trend for remote workplace services, and the COVID-19-induced economic instability fosters the market’s growth.

The report states that a remote office provides a central platform from which all projects, corporate data, and apps can be accessed, thus saving time and enhancing employee satisfaction. The importance of well-being, especially emotional wellness, cannot be overstated for remote workers. Engagement levels may be negatively impacted by the serious issue of mental health.

By showcasing the strengths of their employees and upholding the core principles of honesty and trust, employers may find advantages within the challenges. Coworker social distractions are less common for employees who work remotely, which can increase office efficiency.

The report also addresses decreased overhead costs of services for companies, the market restraining factors and the increased chances of security breaches.

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