When working from home, creating a clear plan regarding expectations and deliverables is key.
By Robin Reshwan, Contributor
Millions of employees nationwide are working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Roles that never were believed to be suitable for remote settings have been redesigned to meet the challenges of social distancing. Working remotely has many upsides, like no commute, no water cooler gossip and no dress code. But, it also brings about some new challenges for managers accustomed to in-person leadership. If you are new to leading remote employees, here are tips on how to manage your virtual team.