Ten Top Tips: Making remote working actually work

More people are working at home, but some managers are still dubious about it. How do you manage a remote workforce?

by Jonathan Brenner

‘Speed and quality are often sacrificed when we work from home,’ said Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, who has banned Yahoo staff from ‘remote’ working.  

The thinking is this will boost the innovative ideas buzzing around her Silicon Valley HQ.

But studies show the general movement towards allowing staff to work from home - or anywhere they want - boosts productivity and increases staff loyalty.

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