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5 Types of Problematic Remote Employees (And How to Set Them Up For Success!)

Remote work arrangements are growing in popularity around the world, and the reasons why are clear: Flexibility for employees and reduced overhead costs for employers.

Recent statistics show that nearly a quarter of American workers now work remotely at least part of the time, and the same trends are emerging throughout the EU. But remote work arrangements require thoughtful implementation, and both managers and employees need to learn new means of interaction to be successful when working this way. Otherwise, some problematic habits begin to appear quickly.

That’s why teamfocus has put together this infographic below, which will help managers identify common problems that can arise from remote team members and offer strategies for solving those problems early on, before they grow into larger issues.

 

 

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