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Discussion on: How do you boost remote employees productivity?

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Jess Lee (she/her)

I would focus on setting expectations -- if someone is not being productive, the best thing you can do for everyone involved is to provide that feedback so they have the opportunity to work to their potential.

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Techi-Dev Author

Thank You @jessLee. I appreciate your feedback. I 100% agree with your statement. It's a great approach in order to maintain effective communication so to they can feel valued and work on their potential.