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Should You Let Your Employees Work From Home?

Many companies offer employees the option to work from home. But common sense tells us that some rotten apples would sooner fill their day playing “World of Warcraft” than actually working. This decision tree will help you decide if you should let your employees work remotely.

Today, many companies offer their employees the option to work from home, even if they live relatively close to the office. But common sense tells us that for some employees, this may not be the best option. As you can imagine, some unsupervised employees would sooner fill their day playing World of Warcraft than actually working. This decision tree will help you decide if you should let your employees work remotely, or if they should be required to work in-house.

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This post was written by Colin Dobrin. Infographic reprinted with permission of Mindflash.

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