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Six things to consider to craft a remote work policy that doesn’t suck.

What a fantastic time to be alive! Am I right? Due mostly to advances in communication technologies, availability of high-speed internet access, and a suite of great tools at our disposal, as a workforce, we are now more than ever before able to explore the realities of working remotely. The bad news, though, is that many employers who are flirting with the idea of allowing flexible work situations don’t have the foggiest idea what they are doing or where to start when it comes to making remote work, work. The good news? It’s getting…




Teaching those work remotely and those who hire them how to better work together.

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Ryan Roghaar

Ryan Roghaar

CEO at R2. Founder at Teammate Apart. Remote work advocate. Consultant. Writer? TBD.

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