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7 Mistakes Businesses Should Avoid When Managing a Remote Staff

Over half of the US workforce has a job that is eligible for remote work. And, after COVID-19, experts predict that about 30% of workers will continue to work from home at least partially. Times are changing and businesses are adapting to new methods of working. From hiring remote employees to learning how to hold regular team meetings online, there’s a lot to know about shifting to a work-from-home business model. Whether you’ve been managing a remote staff for quite a while or are adjusting to the new norm, here are seven of the biggest mistakes to avoid when communicating with your team remotely. 1. Micromanaging One of the benefits of remote employees is that you don’t have to micromanage them. However, this can be difficult for managers and executives who have no experien...

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