4 Top Approaches To Managing Remote Employees

4 Top Approaches To Managing Remote Employees

Daven Michaels

Daven Michaels

New York Times Bestselling Author, 30-year business veteran, and Executive Chairman of CurrentC Group.

A great way to leverage talents from across the globe is to adopt remote working techniques. In fact, remote working has become a do-without in the present lockdown that the entire world is going through right now. Outsourcing is a key element in hiring remote workers.

Here are proven strategies for managing remote employees;

1: Outline Your Expectations

First, you need to be clear about the outcome you expect from your remote workers. You should help your offshore or remote workers succeed by being clear with your expectations from them. So, you should employ viable mediums to detail your expectations. These mediums include online documents, slides, and videos. These documents should feature the most important pieces of information that will promote successful outcome.

According to experts, excellent communication is key in managing remote employees. Therefore, you should pay attention to ability to communicate effectively when hiring a remote employee. You want to be sure there’s hitch-free communication between you and your remote employees.

2: Adopt Deadline Strategy

One of the ways to enable remote workers fulfill your expectations is to adopt deadline strategy. Let them known when they are supposed to turn in a completed project by giving a deadline. Your employees working remotely will manage their time better when you set deadlines for them. It’s also a great tool for measuring the volume of work turned in per time.

In essence, it’s a good measure for productivity. It will help you track and monitor the productivity level of your remote workers. When an employee is always missing deadline, you need to review expectations with such employees. And, if such laxity persists, you should consider a replacement.

3: Try Using Quota

Deadline may not apply to certain jobs. In that case, you should consider giving a quota to remote workers. If you hired the remote workers to accomplish lots of consecutive, short tasks, you should consider assigning quotas to them instead if deadline is not going to work. This can also help them to be productive and efficient in managing time. For instance, you can set a quota for your virtual assistant to reply 10 business emails in an hour.

4: Talk Things Over with Your Employees

If your workers are failing to meet expectations, you should discuss it with them. Find out what the challenges of the employees are and allow them to ask questions and air their opinions on a better way to follow. Pay attention to what they have to say and make changes where and if necessary.

As remote working has become even more necessary due to the present pandemic, learning to manage remote workers more effectively has become highly necessary.

Daven Michaels is a New York Times Best Selling Author and CEO of premiere global outsourcing company, 123Employee. The company employs hundreds of young bright individuals on three continents. His International event, Beyond Marketing Live! Inspires entrepreneurs to build & grow their business with revolutionary new theories and systems allowing them to design the business and personal lifestyle of their dreams.

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