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Business leaders might assume that when on-boarding remote workers, they don’t have to go through any of the motions associated with traditional full-time employees. Instead, the remote worker is immediately thrown into day-today operations. But this can actually defeat a major purpose of remote workers, which is streamlining productivity.

In this new piece for Forbes, United Capital Source CEO Jared Weitz shares three common mistakes businesses make when on-boarding remote workers!

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