Remote Employees

How to Have a Remote Holiday Party

by / ⠀Remote Work Startup Advice / December 8, 2021

Creating a feeling of community and connection among your remote staff is critical to creating a pleasant employee experience of the holidays. While keeping in touch with your remote staff is a year-round goal, the holidays are an excellent opportunity to step up your efforts. It brightens up a hectic time of year and sets a good tone for the year ahead. With so many ways to communicate…

Remote Work Technologies You’ll Need for Effective Team Support

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / May 19, 2021

Modern businesses require modern remote work solutions. If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that our workforce is flexible. Employees are able to handle business challenges from anywhere when given the right tools. The future of work is likely to center around remote workers. To thrive, businesses will need to create infrastructure designed around dispersed teams. Technology is moving at faster speeds and remote work tools…

Empowering Remote Employees: 4 Essential Priorities

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship / April 29, 2021

Empowering remote employees wasn’t necessarily a top priority for many businesses two years ago. Even then, though, the trend toward remote work was underway. Nowadays, 62% of employees say that they work remotely, at least occasionally. Considering the impact the Covid-19 pandemic had on the way many companies operate, that percentage is probably much higher. Many businesses struggled with allowing their employees to work remotely. However, embracing our…

How Companies Can Give Remote Employees Ownership

by / ⠀Startup Advice / October 25, 2012

As a business owner in 2012, you’re likely to embark upon the world of remote employees. The first thing you have to realize is that having a remote worker, particularly one who is thousands of miles away, is like maintaining a long-distance relationship. You want to make sure that you set clear expectations and consistently communicate. Your remote employee needs to maintain a level of work that’s equal…

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