“What if I told you there was a work approach that allowed you to have fewer meetings, solved your time zone issues, and allowed you to get more done uninterrupted? This is the magic of asynchronous work.”
― Marissa Goldberg
Asynchronous work is starting to catch on in more and more businesses. It complements remote work beautifully, and it’s the natural next step. These are just a few of the benefits async workers are already experiencing:
Async work allows employees to work during their most productive hours, which don’t always align with traditional working hours. This leads to higher quality work and increased productivity, since employees work when they’re most energized and focused.
Improved Work-Life Balance
Asynchronous work enables employees to balance their work and personal lives. Subtle exta benefit: An async workplace allows you to hire from a larger talent pool.
Contrary to popular belief, asynchronous work often enhances collaboration. Async tools like Slack, Basecamp, or even good old email, employees can communicate more thoughtfully and effectively. In turn, this improves teamwork and decision-making.