Managing Off-Site Staff

for Small Business

This is intended for a global audience.

ISBN: 978-1-55180-865-9

Number of pages: 192

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Make the move to off-site staffing!

Does your business need more employees but you don't have the office space to accomodate them? Does someone on your staff want to work from home? Do you want to promote a flexible work environment but fear losing profits? Off-site staff may be the answer.

The changing face of today's workforce and workplace means that employers need to seek alternative solutions to accomodate the needs of workers and expand their businesses. Managing Off-site Staff for Small Business provides managers with the tools to set up and mantain a productive off-site staffing program that benefits both employees and employers.

This book explains how to:

  • Determine whether off-site staffing or telecommuting is right for your company
  • Assess new and current telework candidates
  • Train telemanagers and teleworkers
  • Help off-site staff to cope
  • Communicate effectively
  • Set up the home office
  • Measure the success of your program
  • Take care of the legal details

Additional Info

Additional Info

Subtitle for Small Business
Publication Date Nov 15, 2009
Market Global
PDF Preview Download URL
Edition 2nd
Pages 192
Size 8.25 x 9.75
ISBN 978-1-55180-865-9
UPC 069635808658

Author Details

Author Details - Lin Grensing-Pophal, SPHR

Lin Grensing-Pophal has written many business and employee management articles for general and trade publications, and is the author of five books published by Self-Counsel Press. She is accredited through the International Association of Business Communicators and the Society for Human Resource Management, and is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.


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