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Remote employees: the best and the WORST

When working remotely during the pandemic, staff members are out of sight and managers have to trust that their reports will continue to work to the same standard that they normally would in the office. Without this, businesses would barely be able to tick over and would unlikely survive the pandemic.

If managers have the right people in their remote teams, it will ensure that the business is working more productively, which in turn could generate money for the business. While it is crucial that existing employees have the right mindset and traits when it comes to homeworking, managers should also be thinking about the candidates that they are recruiting into the business and which traits they have.

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