Three Techniques to Keep Remote Employees Engaged
Consider ideas designed to optimize efficiency and re-invigorate productivity
Many companies are now two or three weeks into working from home (WFH), turning employees into remote workers almost overnight.
This sudden transition—and the circumstances surrounding it—may have initially put a dent in employee productivity. Now that companies are settling into WFH, it's time to explore improvement with best practices designed to optimize efficiency and get employee productivity back to in-office levels.
1. Standardize communications.
Communication can be a massive challenge when everyone in the company works from home. Now is the time to standardize your communication processes to ease some of these challenges. The more specific you are about communications processes while working from home, the better for all employees. Setting clear guidance may reduce the stress potential of employees and can help them navigate this new normal.
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