Remote workers can be happier and more productive

November 10, 2017 Rogers
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Collaboration - Nov. 10, 2017

Remote workers can be happier and more productive

Is working from home all it’s cracked up to be? It can be with the right leadership

Regular remote work is becoming the norm at many workplaces, leading to greater employee contentment and productivity. However, the recurring distance between teammates poses new challenges for managers who need to establish a shared identity and a shared context to avoid misunderstandings and conflicts.

Discover how employers can establish a shared identity with remote workers

Broadsoft offers some suggestions on how managers can avoid these obstacles while preserving the satisfaction and efficiencies remote work is famous for.


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