How to Better Manage Employees Who are New to “Work from Home” Life

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Managing employees is a difficult job even when you see them every day at the office. Add in a remote setting and it becomes even more difficult because it’s never a one-size-fits-all approach.

Working remotely doesn’t mean that you can’t be an effective leader, it just means you have to do things a little differently and work a little harder on this critical skill: understanding the personalities of the people you manage.

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Ergonomic Mistakes You May be Making with Your Home Office

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For many people, working from home came as an unexpected and unplanned result of the pandemic. It required hastily putting together a slapdash short-term solution so that work could get done with limited interruption. However, many companies are continuing to keep employees in a work from home environment for at least several months to come. 

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Moving Beyond Bricks and Mortar — How to Attract and Retain a Virtual Workforce

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Technology – it makes us faster, more efficient and at times can drive us crazy!  When it comes to your team and work culture, technology has enabled us to grow remotely.   We’re no longer tied to a particular location or a specific device. We can work from anywhere, at any time, in any way that lets us meet our job requirements. If you’re an employer, have you considered having a remote workforce? Continue reading “Moving Beyond Bricks and Mortar — How to Attract and Retain a Virtual Workforce”