Remote Workers

Should You Keep Everyone in a Single Office or Hire Remote Employees?

Which employment style is right for you, and how can you overcome the obstacles of each?
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Patrick Bet-David breaks down the pros and cons of building your business out of a single location or creating a remote, national network. For example, you have more control within a single location, but your office space also limits your growth. By contrast, remote workers are more independent (and sometimes less responsive), but can be added anytime from anywhere.

Then, Bet-David explains how you can solve some of the problems that a remote network creates. Which tools and strategies can you use to make a cohesive network when you can't see your employees?

Watch the video to learn more.

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