It’s a rare workplace that is without its issues. But what happens when you take those issues and apply them to your teams that work remotely? You might find that problems that are fairly trivial in an office environment are suddenly magnified when they’re applied to your virtual staff.
Everything remote work related from how to engage with employees that work from home to how to make working remotely work for your organisation.
Is your company getting ready to welcome its staff back to the office after the lengthy pandemic-induced period of working from home? If so, you might be wondering how it’s going to all pan out! Here's how make it all less awkward!
That working from home or remotely is rapidly changing the workplace is not exactly groundbreaking news. For a while now, hot desking and co-working spaces have created a shift in attitudes as people begin to explore new ways of working. But how can companies engage with these employees?
In person catch ups at work are being elbowed aside by online communications. But an emoji filled conversation about tonight’s dinner with their partner on WhatsApp is (or should be!) very different to the conversations your employees are having with colleagues and clients over Zoom or Slack.
Remote workers can suffer from a lack of connection with their colleagues, managers and company. That feeling is heightened if they’re new and haven’t been with the business for long. Checking in with new hires is a vital part of your onboarding process - but how do you do so if they’re miles away?