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Managing Remote Teams - Page: 18
Hiring and managing a workforce without regard for geography poses unique challenges but the advantages are compelling.
Having a team work remotely can save lots of money and allow you to unleash creativity, huge amounts of work and an incredible amount of power.
Let's face it, the last thing entrepreneurs need is another challenge, and the living dead ranks up high on the list.
Whether you are working from home or managing those who do, separating fact from fiction is critical to personal and corporate success.
Employers that don't embrace flexibility in hours and working from home will lose good workers to companies that do.
Because virtual companies already operate without a central physical location, it is even more critical to have structures and disciplines in place to have a smooth, integrated and effective workforce.
Managing and motivating remote teams is an increasingly necessary skill.
Here a few tips on ways to keep your team productive and focused during the hustle and bustle of the season.
Working from home often solves the dilemma of balancing career and personal life while improving productivity and retention. That's what companies want, right?