employeesWow, this what I like!

1. Ask your employees which kinds of freedoms they want, and be prepared to act on their requests.
2. Spend time understanding remote communication tools.
3. Be vocal about your work policies related to freedom.

“the ability to choose what you work on, as well as how, when, and where you perform your work — is a growing priority for talented professionals across sectors and industries, and one of the core elements of a fulfilling career.”

“If someone can do their job and do it well while absent from office, more power to them.”

Read more about policies shaped based on outcomes, not process on Harvard Business Review.