More and more employees are expecting to have work from home options from their employer. If you aren’t offering it, you should. But you need to be smart about it. Let your employee try it out for 30 to 60 days at first. Don’t just make it a permanent thing. And let employees know that they’re to maintain the same level of availability when they are remote as they do when they’re in the office. Learn more about how to manage employees who are working from home in this video from small business consultant, Gene Marks.
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