Remote work can be a tough adjustment for many companies, but studies have shown that it is here to stay. Companies perceive little to no loss in productivity loss (as previously feared), and 41% of employees will likely work remotely at least part of the time, an increase from the 30% before the pandemic.
Nonetheless, it can be a tough adjustment for some and a struggle to master. Employee engagement takes on a new form when workers aren't in the same office, which means teams, managers, and HR teams will have to adjust their methods to stay connected.
To help you along, we've compiled our best articles on remote work. We've broken the content down to these categories:
Adjusting to working remotely can be tough; being a manager transitioning a team or a company to working remotely brings its own unique set of challenges. These tips and tricks will help you and your team prepare to work remotely while staying productive.
Meetings are the key interactions of each workplace. Ensuring that they go right can mean the difference between a productive workplace and a mess of miscommunications. This list of articles will help you keep your meetings efficient and productive.
Communicating can be a struggle when you're used to just walking over to someone's desk to get hold of them. Each interaction becomes more intentional. Here are some guides to communicating effectively, in the physical and virtual workspace.
Maintaining the heart of the workplace is vital for every team. On top of being productivity, ensuring that employees are healthy, happy, and secure in their roles no matter what happens will ensure your company's growth.