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January 22, 2012

The Virtual Manager: Cutting-Edge Solutions for Hiring, Managing, Motivating, and Engaging Mobile Employees

Career Press
To stay competitive in a global marketplace, it is essential to incorporate virtual employees into talent management strategy. As an increasing number of jobs can be executed from home, managers must learn how to adapt their leadership style to cater to remote employees. In this book, Labor, Employment and Benefits Partner Phillip Schreiber outlines his belief that by having the appropriate controls in place before any issues arise, common areas of the virtual work environment that cause legal hiccups can be easily managed. According to Mr. Schreiber, the following topics are a great place to start: fairness in virtual privileges; documenting disciplinary measures; tracking hours and determining overtime; and monitoring computers.

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