How to Keep Remote Employees Accountable Without Playing Big Brother


Are you seeing colleagues less in-person because they are working in the field or from somewhere else? Michael writes on The Next Web about how increasing remote and mobile work necessitates increased, but not overbearing, accountability.

The most successful organizations I interact with offer employees professional solutions for the three most common forms of messages: email that’s always-on but appropriate for longer form or official communications, quick chat-like messages via mobile app or IM that require immediate attention from an individual, a team or your whole company, and group calling.

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Kohzy oversees Product Marketing at Lua. He has worked in the finance and technology industries, and has experienced the inefficiencies and silos in the workplace that Lua addresses. He's passionate about every aspect of urban life - ubiquitous connectivity, public transportation, instant gratification - especially in the great city of NYC.