How technology and communication make for successful telecommuting

07/10/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

The flexibility afforded by telecommuting can lead to a more productive workforce if teamwork is fostered through in-person and remote communications while encouraging remote employees to be self-starters, writes Rebecca Tann of Regus. "Telecommuting allows my team members to get away from the 'cubicle distractions,' and find a working environment that fits best with their style and schedule," Tann writes.

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