Effective organizations are ones that work to support their newly remote employees to keep them engaged, and happy, in their roles.
In the wake of the coronavirus (COVID 19) outbreak, employees accustomed to spending their days in the office now find themselves having to adapt, and quickly. Download this quick guide to learn three strategies to optimize remote performance.
Forget everything you know about virtual meetings. Imagine being able to engage with others, from anywhere across the globe, just like you would if you were sitting across the room from them. New technologies can make this happen.
It’s hard not to get caught up in the spirit of the holiday season, for better or for worse. With company parties, end-of-the-year tasks and personal commitments, this time can become an all-encompassing behemoth of festivity.
It probably comes as no surprise that research has found, time and again, that trust plays an integral role in the virtual workplace. What may be a surprise is that trust is even more important for virtual relationships than in a face-to-face environment.
If more L&D professionals understood the landscape of the virtual workforce, they could be more proactive in determining the type of interventions necessary when they receive a request from a business leader.
Employers that make the jump to remote work report a range of positive outcomes. However, there is a trade-off. The instant virtual connections that people can establish nearly anywhere around the world has come at the price of less human connection.
Blue Jeans Network, Inc. today announced it has dramatically improved its mobile meeting experience in response to direct customer feedback about the reality of today’s mobile professional.