Working from home or living at work?
What began as a temporary solution when the pandemic first started has become the new normal. Remote working apparently is here to stay, as data seems to indicate that benefits outgrow the drawbacks.
However, when a team is spread across the world and everyone has their own flexible work hours, it is difficult for employers to keep them engaged and productive. After all the modern workforce is composed of a diverse age group where each generation has its own preferred tools to communicate. This can stimulate many communication related issues, which may not have surfaced when working in an office but may have serious implications while working remotely.
”Engage for success” newsletter recently published an article authored by Matt Kimberly, on how to measure employee engagement remotely; Kimberly highlights five quick and simple steps to build and measure remote workforce engagement effectively:
It is always easier to collaborate with a satisfied workforce than an unhappy one or even worse, a disconnected one. Clear communication and empathy prove to be critical in every day interactions, especially in a workplace albeit a remote one.
Engage for Success is a dynamic movement of volunteers across the UK which aims to promote employee engagement as a better way to work. Wide Strategy’s founder, Lyda, has been a member of the EfS TAG Steering Group since 2018.
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