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Keeping Remote Employees Engaged

The pandemic brought on many challenges for businesses- that is no surprise to anyone. One of the most notable changes has been a huge increase in the number of employees working remotely. That shift to remote work has had a significant impact on today’s workforce. Most business experts agree- there is no going back. Remote work is here to stay. How do we, as business owners, adjust and thrive in this new normal? 

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How to Successfully Develop Members of Your Remote Team

We hear it all the time. “But isn’t it hard to manage remote employees? How can you make sure they’re actually doing their jobs?”

The truth is: managing remote employees is no harder than managing domestic ones. If you're able to manage employees effectively in the office you should have no problem managing people virtually. not good at managing remote professionals, you probably also have difficulties managing your resident employees. Because management - in any capacity - is the same at its core.

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The ABCs of Onboarding Remote Employees

It’s not every day that you onboard a new employee, but it’s crucial that you do it right AND right away. I asked Andrea Kelley, client manager of Anequim’s Rent Manager Call Center, to share her checklist for this important task. She boils it down to three absolute must-dos…set expectations, discuss your communication methods and styles, and establish goal-based training.

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How to Utilize an Executive Assistant Effectively and Stop Feeling Overwhelmed

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

People often feel overwhelmed at work and immediately think they need an executive assistant. However, our experience at Anequim has shown us that sometimes an extra hand in the operations can be better at helping busy CEOs reduce their workload rather than an Executive Assistant.

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