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1. Make sure that your remote worker has a dedicated workspace
Too often remote workers that do not have these dedicated spaces can get distracted by the tasks of family life or managing their kids. Lighthouse Consulting CEO Dana Borowka, and Ellen Borowka, chief operating officer of the firm that offers work style and personality assessment services for companies, state that employers should make sure their employees are focused on work and have the space to do it. [Images: Shutterstock]
“To succeed with remote workers, the trick is to find the great people who are self-motivating and can concentrate better without the distractions of a traditional office,” says Dana Borowka.