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Blog Duel: How to Engage Remote Employees

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It all started with a tweet.

@RitaCJackson: RT @BSDperspectives Here’s the challenge-how do u engage remote emps

@jenniferbrogee: if they’re good, u don’t have to

@RitaCJackson: @JenniferBrogee Yes some employees thrive as remote workers, but many ARE good but also need engaging, motivating, rewarding .

@JenniferBrogee: @RitaCJackson sounds like a good blog topic!

@RitaCJackson: Dually Blogs posted July 15th. @JenniferBrogee@BSDperspectives Topic – how do u engage remote employees. OK?

Be careful what you tweet for!

Actually, I’m very excited to be a part of my first ever blog duel, on the topic “How to Engage Remote Employees.”

My experience as a remote worker started when I learned I was expecting my first child.  I loved my job, but couldn’t imagine leaving an infant for 9-10 hours a day, five days a week.  I wanted to be able to spend as much…

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