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@ginidietrich I can't imagine any employee that works virtual would like knowing that their every move is being digitally watched. At the end of the day if your employees are being creative & productive, your customer base is growing and happy, and your company profits are growing there is no reason to micro manage their every move.
1 year, 1 month ago on Pros and Cons of a Virtual Office
I think it really depends on the size of the company and the type of job an employee has. The larger a company gets the more difficult it can be to manage them remotely. It can be done with today's technology however not everyone is tech savvy enough to do it.
Employees who travel a lot may prefer working remotely since being away from home can take its toll on family life. They want to spend as much time as they can with their family. Others who have to concentrate & collaborate more on projects may do better in an office environment.
They key is to focus on your employees work habits and how you can make them as productive as they can be. If they are capable of being productive working from home then virtual officing can work, however you will never know until you try it. I would not recommend going virtual all at once. Start with small tests then expand the virtual program over time.