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Virtual Teams: Work/Life Challenges - Keeping Remote Employees Engaged

@inproceedings{Sundin2010VirtualTW,
  title={Virtual Teams: Work/Life Challenges - Keeping Remote Employees Engaged},
  author={Kirsten Sundin},
  year={2010}
}
  • Kirsten Sundin
  • Published 2010
  • Business
  • Remotely located employees are quickly becoming a norm in the modern workplace in response to evidence that telecommuters save on costs and produce more efficiently. There are many intangible benefits also felt with the increasing prevalence of remote employees. Telecommuters are more satisfied with their work/life balance and report lower rates of job burnout. Though there are also many well-identified setbacks remotely located managers and employees may face. Employers see the most success… CONTINUE READING
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