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Working from home, telecommuting, or just being on the road is much easier thanks to the tremendous advances in everyday technology. Unfortunately, this also present new challenges for managing workers who aren’t in the office.

 

As CNBC contributor Rhett Power explains, working remotely is a huge incentive for many employees and potential employees, but watch out for missed deadlines and mistakes due to miscommunication.

 

“Remote work is fast becoming the new normal and for a good reason,” he writes. “First, employees and freelancers love the freedom of working from anywhere, and second, the pool of available talent is dramatically larger when you aren’t limited to your city for workers.”

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