5 Strategies for Staying Connected to Your Remote Employees

5 Strategies for Staying Connected to Your Remote Employees

Remote employees

Hiring remote employees is quickly becoming a growing trend in the US marketplace – the Global Workplace Analytics estimates that 63 million Americans will work from home in 2016, which amounts to a third of the workforce. And as technology continues to expand the opportunities for remote positions, it also brings with it new challenges. How does an employer connect with an employee who may be in a different time zone or even a different country? And does it benefit employers to have employees work from home.

Below are 5 strategies to help you stay connected to your remote employees:

Focus on the results and give direction

Remote employees often create their schedules based on what times they are the most productive. Some people are early morning risers while others may be their most creative at 1 AM. Rather than focusing on what time they get their work done, focus on their contribution. This will lead to employees who are happier and more productive.

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