Pre-COVID-19, approximately 4.7 million workers were completely remote. Certainly, some industries are more comfortable with the technology necessary to support remote work. Now, as millions of Americans work from home, the next shift in the American workplace may be the increase and permanency of employees working from home.

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The key to managing remote employees is clear and frequent communication. Employees working together in an office reap the benefits of regular, in-person interactions that reveal a lot about how the workplace or team is functioning. When employees work remotely, these informal touchstones are gone. To compensate, managers of remote employees must engage their teams