Talk Isn’t Cheap: How to Communicate with Remote Employees

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A flexible work schedule definitely has benefits. You won’t have to miss the school play; you can avoid rush-hour traffic; and you can work in your pajamas when you wake up with a cold. It sounds like the perfect set up.

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