Top Tips for Managing Remote Teams
As technology continues to advance, employers have more flexibility when it comes to hiring and managing staff. Despite this, it’s only relatively recently that businesses have fully embraced the benefits of remote working.
In fact, many companies only made the switch to a distributed workforce in response to operating restrictions enforced due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With employees unable to access their usual workplace, companies were quick to roll out remote platforms to enable staff to work from home.
Since then, an increasing number of people have expressed a desire to work remotely on a permanent basis. With more flexibility and no commute to worry about, it seems that working from home could become commonplace in the near future.