For most companies, working remotely is already a part of the culture but there are still many companies for which it’s fairly new. By now, lots of tools are available to help make the remote team a functional part of the business.
It is already a pain to manage the payroll of employees in-house. When the remote workers are in the mix, tracking their work hours becomes more challenging. Flexible work hours certainly give workers freedom but it is distracting especially when there is no boundary between work and personal stuff.
So how do you know your employees are actually working in the set work hours? Setting up a time and attendance system for remote workers sounds cool, but there’s more you can do. For example:
- Set task deadlines
There are always employees in a remote team who work just enough not to get fired. You can override this attitude …