This year, many of us have had to get used to working from home, or making the switch from managing an in-person team to a remote team.
While the benefits of remote working cannot be over-emphasized, it is also important that employers have good systems and processes in place to track employee productivity. Engaging employees who are physically present at the workplace is hard enough as it is, how then does a manager effectively manage a team of people working remotely?
The major task of every manager is to ensure that employees stay committed to achieving organizational goals and deliver on tasks when due. Here are some tips to help manage remote teams: