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As an increasing number of workforces around the country work remotely, there can sometimes be a culture that’s lost when coworkers don’t interact with each other face-to-face.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. In an NJBIA webinar held today, Alisa McCabe, owner of the First Steps Financial accounting firm said there are ways to get productive feedback and buy-in from remote teams by establishing core values, creating the right culture and connections that keep teams cohesive and from effectively hiring and training the right people remotely.

McCabe should know. Her successful business has been remote for 12 years.

“We have created a successful culture and community,” McCabe said. “And we often say to each other – I can’t believe I’ve never you.”

To hear the complete webinar, click here.