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PostHeaderIcon How to mess up a good thing.

For those of us in the Virtual Assistant industry, working remotely has become simply a fact of life. But how can other companies learn from our example? There are a few key areas where larger companies get the basics wrong:

1.) They are in too big of a hurry.
2.) They spend too much on technology.
3.) Managers are not trained properly or cannot adapt to the new environment.
4.) Does remote working even make sense for the business?
5.) No testing of the idea.

To look deeper into these failing, take a trip over to Accountingweb.com and read their news story: Five way to get remote working wrong.

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