Why Remote Employees Are Most Likely to Quit
Here are a few tips to ensure your remote team is engaged
Over the past decade, the total number of remote employees globally has increased by 115 percent. But despite this growth, a recent study featured in the Harvard Business Reviewfound that remote work isn't ideal for all employees. In fact, two-thirds of remote employees consider themselves disengaged engaged and over 40 percent said said getting face-time with their teams would help build deeper relationships.
Hiring remote employees can have many benefits for your team. Doing so enables you to reach a wider talent pool than being confined your local market and can help you save on office space, among other benefits.
To set your remote employees up for success, you need to put measures in place to keep them engaged and feeling like a true part of the team.
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