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Best Practices for Teleconferencing with Employees Working Remotely

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    For employers concerned about productivity, most teleconferencing technology comes with the capability to record meetings. These can be shared with managers to review meeting outcomes and also for training purposes. It’s also a great way to document a meeting without having to take the tedious notes normally needed in a traditional meeting. Now you can focus on communicating, rather than documenting.

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Best Practices for Teleconferencing with Employees Working Remotely

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    For employers concerned about productivity, most teleconferencing technology comes with the capability to record meetings. These can be shared with managers to review meeting outcomes and also for training purposes. It’s also a great way to document a meeting without having to take the tedious notes normally needed in a traditional meeting. Now you can focus on communicating, rather than documenting.

Business happens everywhere today and employees no longer need to be tied down to one office for vital meetings to transpire. No matter where you, your coworkers, or clients are located, teleconferencing allows you to never miss a beat.

Videoconferencing and collaboration programs, such as Cisco WebEx, allow companies to travel less and save money. This means less time traveling and more time in the office or at home to focus on the business. Business does not have to be delayed and faster decisions can be made, which can increase business efficiency and productivity. Teleconferencing also allows for a single expert to have the ability to cover a broad geographic territory. You have the ability to now stay connected with employees, vendors and clients at all times from anywhere.

So why aren’t all businesses taking advantage of this technology? One major concern is that virtual meetings are not as professional as the traditional in-person meetings. Another concern is employee productivity. Here are some tips from Audrey Agahan Reyes at Business Communications Solutions to eliminate those concerns for good.