What can your organization do, now that the telework genie has been let out of the bottle, if you want to support telework in the COVID-19 era?
Rewards and recognition are effective tools for boosting morale in the workforce. Let’s take a look at how they can do the same for remote teams.
In order to avoid the proverbial burnout and to find ways to easily adapt to this new world of work, remote employees should focus on creating a sustainable home setup, starting with finding a comfortable, well-lit area to establish as their new office.
As companies transition to working remotely, training that was once done in a classroom will now be delivered virtually ... but it doesn't have to be boring.
Remote work can be beneficial to employees and organizations alike, resulting in increased levels of morale and productivity — but it isn’t a walk in the park. At times, working remotely can be difficult, stressful and lonely.
There was little time to prepare for every change that COVID-19 would force us to make, but it’s important for businesses to remember that even in these uncertain times, training is still important.
Professional learning and development (L&D) do not become less important because employees work from home. On the contrary, the job of L&D departments is crucial in supporting and easing this sudden transition to remote work.
By keeping the goal of empathy in mind, retaining the familiarity of in-person training is possible.