Full remote (or "remote work à temps plein" in French) is a working model that enables employees to work remotely, without physically visiting the company office. Employees work from home, a café or any other location of their choice, using digital tools to communicate and collaborate with their team and manager.
Full remote working has become more popular in recent years, thanks to technological advances that enable employees to work efficiently at a distance, and to the covid pandemic that has accelerated the adoption of this mode of working. It enables employees to work more flexibly, better balancing their personal and professional lives, and reducing travel and accommodation costs.
However, full remote can also present challenges such as loneliness, lack of separation between personal and professional life, or communication and coordination problems with colleagues. It is therefore important for employers to put in place effective communication protocols and foster collaboration to maintain a good group dynamic.
In short, full remote is a working model that allows employees to work remotely, without physically visiting the company office. It offers flexibility and cost reduction, but can present challenges in terms of coordination, communication and personal/professional life separation. It requires good management to maintain a good group dynamic.