Remote work is on the rise. In 2019, Flexjobs reported 65% of workers feeling more productive working from home, while 80% felt more loyal to employers when they gave flexible work options. The reasons ranged from fewer distractions, reduced stress from commuting to more efficient meetings. Globally, Owl Labs reports that 40% of companies are now hybrid, offering both remote and office work options. However, there are problems relating to the increase in remote work. Buffer’s 2019 study revealed that 19% of remote workers felt a lack of collaboration and communication, 22% found it difficult to unplug after work, and 75% had to pay for their own internet and co-working spaces. With remote working becoming more vital for both established, global organisations and local SMEs, how can organisations improve remote working conditions for their employees? Here is the recipe for remote work.