No Teleworker Left Behind

If a teleworker is fearing that he or she is less valued than an on-site worker I would say either 1) that person has a bad manager or 2) that manager doesn’t know how to manage a remote team.  It has been well-documented that remote workers lose a lot of valuable social interactions with their coworkers over distance, which may lead to lowered personal trust, a sense of isolation, pent up frustrations, and weakened social ties and group identification.  These problems can be overcome with time and effort by recognizing the needs of the remote worker.  Since the manager often becomes the person’s lifeline to the company, it is the manager’s job toContinue Reading…

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