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How do you keep remote workers from feeling like second-class citizens?  

How do you keep remote workers from feeling like second-class citizens?  
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Many employers, however, “have let remote work happen rather than make it happen. They haven’t done the (management) training,” says Kate Lister, president of consultancy Global Workplace Analytics.

 

Source: www.wsj.com

It’s all too easy to forget that person who dialed into the meeting remotely (and for them to forget about you). Good communication doesn’t just happen, you have to make it happen. That’s true for face-to-face or remote employees. Dell, National Equity Fund, and many others make it work in a big way and reap the benefits in attraction/retention, engagement, cost reductions, and more.

 
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