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The Pros and Cons of Having Employees Who Work Remotely

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Summary: Technology and traffic have forced many employers to arrange their businesses so that employees can work off-site.

The Pros and Cons of Having Employees Who Work Remotely

With the advent of wireless technology, video conferencing and of course copious increases in traffic in and around large and growing U.S. cities, it makes sense that many employers are adjusting their businesses so that employees can work off-site. And while this can benefit your company’s bottom line, an off-site workforce might also have some negatives.
 
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