WHAT THE EX­PERT SAYS…

Inc. (USA) - - LAUNCH -

Hire do­ers, peo­ple with a proven track record of get­ting things done. You don’t need to give them tasks; they know how to do the over­all job. Pair new re­mote em­ploy­ees with a ‘work best friend’ or a work men­tor, ide­ally some­one out­side of their de­part­ment, and have the men­tor check in with the new hires reg­u­larly. Fig­ure out one or two times a year when you can gather new hires in per­son. Make sure that what­ever phys­i­cal setup they have at home re­flects the cul­ture of the com­pany. Send them posters, T-shirts, any type of aes­thetic swag that makes them feel more like a part of the or­ga­ni­za­tion.”

— JULIE HENEGHAN Founder and CEO, the Steely Group (hu­man re­sources) NO. 166 2017 INC. 5000 RANK 2,494.2% 3-YEAR GROWTH $6.2M 2016 REV­ENUE

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