Six Ways to Build Relationships With Remote Workers

How does a manager build relationships with individuals when the team is scattered across the world? How does she or he encourage cohesion and create a team culture?

Remote work is fast becoming the norm, thanks to the fact that it offers many benefits for employers and workers alike. The 2015 AfterCollege Career Insight Survey found that 68% of job seekers, who happened to be millennials, would prefer the option to work remotely.

Today’s young workforce are more interested in companies that offer flexible, professional work environments. And it’s only good news for employers too: remote workers are 35-40% more productive, while 6 out of 10 employers experience cost savings as a result of telecommuting.

Source: Mikogo