Being Accountable

If it doesn’t persist, it doesn’t exist.Luke Thomas, founder, Friday*

Some employers might think that remote workers are less accountable. You don’t have supervisors peering over your shoulder, and the lack of a physical presence can drive the perception that you’re not really “at work.”

Trust is a fundamental necessity in high-functioning remote teams, and accountability fosters trust. It’s essential that your team and manager trust that you’ll get your work done, and that you’re all focused on the same outcomes.

Find more on accountability in Being Accountable and Responsive.

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