Good Managers Adopt a Remote Mindset

A new study shows differences between remote and onsite workers, including division of labor, perceptions of coworkers, and experiences with tech. Remote workers put in longer hours due to a lack of work-life balance. Yet, 75% of those onsite would seek a remote option.

Effectively managing remote workers depends on addressing their needs, and listening and communicating well. Successful managers check in frequently and ask about workload, and meet face-to-face at least once a month for team-building. [ source ]

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