How to Keep Your Remote Employees Accountable Without Playing Big Brother

By: Michael DeFranco | November 7, 2014 (Featured on The Next Web)

Often times, budding entrepreneurs think the hardest part of starting a business is just that: Starting it. The simple act of biting the bullet and going it alone. Yet with most good businesses come future employees; and with every employee comes management and mentorship challenges and opportunities.

Today, the challenges of simply managing employees are compounded by the ubiquity of working remote. How many entrepreneurs wake up to notices of employees deciding to work from home or letting you know that they’re “online… but sitting in traffic?”…

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