A bigger and bigger part of the workforce is telecommuting. And managers need new skills to get the most out of this increasingly far-flung staff. This indispensable guide includes case studies, checklists, and sample forms and charts. It shows managers how to use teleconferencing technology to communicate with distanced workers, make the best use of scheduling software to monitor productivity, and even end the arrangement if it's not working. One of the best ways for companies to save money in lean times is to send their employees home to work. But that requires a different kind of workforce and a different kind of management. This book shows how to make the long-distance relationship work for everyone!Set Goals, Monitor Progress, and Maximize Profit and Productivity Michael Amigoni, Sandra Gurvis ... As long as you get the job doneaand as long as it doesna#39;t have to be performed within specific hoursayou can take the kid to the doctor, wait for the furnace repair person, and even sneak off to a ... her own environmentaa telecommuter can work in a yurt as long as it has electricity and Internet access.
|Title||:||Managing the Telecommuting Employee|
|Author||:||Michael Amigoni, Sandra Gurvis|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2009-10-18|