The best option is to hire employees who do not require frequent and close monitoring. Control consumes an excessive amount of time for both the boss and his subordinates, and, worst of all, the quality of work is still mediocre. Also, excessive control in the office has significant disadvantages:demotivation of employees, demotivation of the manager and the most dangerous low performance of the company as a whole, and in the departments in particular.To begin with, I advise you to motivate your employees by providing them with a comfortable place of work. You can try to use shared office spac
e, and understand in which type of office the work is done as efficiently as possible and in which office it is much more convenient for you to monitor the work of each employee. The most excellent type in my opinion is an open office divided by small partitions. In this office you can see each employee and what he is doing without causing discomfort to employees and not diverting them and the employees themselves have their own personal workspace that they can arrange themselves.