Why not (just) clearly define the outcomes each WFH worker is responsible for?
Achieving those outcomes while representing your firm as Ambassadors in your marketplace legally, ethically and professionally should be what matters more than how, where or when they got their work done.
Admittedly, this is easy to say and hard to do because it represents a huge paradigm shift for most Supervisors who have relied on "you have to see 'em to know they're working" theory.
Keep it simple and be available if they need help meeting their goals that you've both agreed on.
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