The old saying, “You can’t blame them if you don’t train them” it is particularly true in a remote work environment. In fact there are some employers who have been unfairly frustrated with their remote workers performance. And in most cases the fault can be attributed to the employers who had not adequately trained their remote employees in the first place.
Even though you’re hiring an experienced and talented professional, they’ll need some time and effort on your end to learn how they can meet your specific needs.
Properly doing this is a time commitment, but you have to understand is a normal step of the hiring process.
Training is one of the most important aspects that you can do with your remote worker. It covers everything from the behaviors and the culture of your team, right through to the practical processes and how to use the different systems.
Check out our blog for more tips and advice on how to train your remote workers!