Remote employees perform regular work duties off company property and are removed from direct contact with managers and/or supervisors. Remote employees frequently work through telecommunication devices and applications including video messaging software. Depending on company practices, remote employees can include senior company members, professionals taking extended leaves, independent contractors or those needed to build company branches in new locations. Management of remote employees can require separate departments or managers depending on the size of the remote working population and their respective responsibilities. Many employers choose to have remote monitoring software or other check-in systems to manage work hours and project progress.
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