PC Matic CEO Rob Cheng On Why He Chose A Remote Workforce From Day One

Since day one of our operation, all PC Matic employees have worked from the comfort of their own homes

This morning, PC Matic CEO Rob Cheng, was featured on Fox Business with insight as to how and why he created PC Matic as a remote company.

“Amid historic job losses and an ongoing health-pandemic, the American economy is beginning to boom again. In a jobs report just released by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, nonfarm payroll employment rose by 2.5 million in May 2020 – the largest jobs increase for a single month ever.

As more Americans continue to return to work, there is a question that should be at top of mind for every company and its leadership team – what did we learn from this?

Among many other responsibilities, as the CEO of my company, PC Matic, it is my responsibility to lead. While there are many components to leading, one major component incredibly relevant to a company’s success – and our nation’s recovery from this pandemic – is figuring out the best way to execute.

In 1999, when I started my cybersecurity firm, I wanted to do business in a less traditional form.  So, rather than working with a real estate agent and searching for a company headquarters, I decided to build a company where our employees worked remotely.

Yes, you read that right – since day one of our operation, all PC Matic employees have worked from the comfort of their own homes.”

For the rest of the article, please visit Fox Business.

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One thought on “PC Matic CEO Rob Cheng On Why He Chose A Remote Workforce From Day One

  1. I am curious with all of the interest in security and how we have to almost give our blood type and sperm count to get information over the phone or on line that we are generally dealing with an Off Shore individual that is asking those questions. Isn’t that counter productive to have someone outside the U.S. having access to our secure information and yet they act as if we are going to rob them.

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