5 Ways to Ensure Your Remote Workers Will Succeed
Hire people with the right skills.
One of the first steps to ensuring your remote workers will succeed starts right at the very beginning during the hiring process. Job seekers who know about your company (and are excited to work for you!) are a good step in the right direction. While it’s not always a requirement, hiring someone who has listed previous work-from-home experience on his resume and cover letter can be crucial, since working remotely isn’t always for everyone. The job candidate should also have some tech skills (i.e., using programs and videoconferencing tools, instant messaging, etc.) so he can troubleshoot any possible issue that may arise.