Three Policy Changes to Improve Remote Work
These changes can make future remote work smoother
This past year has rocked the plans of even the most established organizations. Going remote has had a huge impact on how associations and staff get work done, engage with each other, and drive productivity. Some common challenges include the lack of in-person communication, a lower sense of team morale and the need to digitize almost all processes.
If your own association has found itself in a continuing remote work situation, these challenges can be tackled head-on through key policy changes and strategies. Above all, put your employees’ needs first, especially if you want to genuinely motivate them and bring value to your organization.
From how you acquire new talent to how you facilitate engagements between employees, below are three tips to prepare.
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