Three hidden dangers and the two essentials for success.
By Ty Hendrickson, CPA
Working from home creates problems, but these problems are not the ones that firm leaders are concerned about right now.
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I have never seen so many people terrified of a working environment, as I’ve seen over the past month with employees sent home to work. Firm leaders are panicked about productivity and work ethic, which I find hilarious because you are essentially saying that you don’t trust your employees. You don’t trust them to do the same job at home because you aren’t there to monitor their every move. If you don’t trust your employees, why did you hire them in the first place?!