Many businesses outsource their work to other companies and hire remote employees. This can be a great way to save money, but it also has its drawbacks. In this blog post, we will discuss five best practices for managing remote employees that you should consider if you want your company to function smoothly.
Improve communication with remote employees. Managers need to be available and accessible to their workers. Managers that work from home need to create a schedule that ensures they can receive phone calls or messages during all hours of operation. It is also recommended to have a separate email address specifically for work purposes, so employees know when you are busy and should wait before sending another message.
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