It may not be widely known that heading into this pandemic about a quarter of the workforce in the Unites States already worked from home – at least a portion of the time. So, it is safe to say we can glean a few valuable tips from managers already exhibiting these best practices.
Managers need to understand factors that can make remote work especially demanding. Otherwise high-performing employees may experience declines in job performance and engagement when they begin working remotely, especially in the absence of preparation and training.
That said, the majority of many well intentioned organizations are made up of already actively or passively disengaged employees. So, imagine how working remotely impacts their level of engagement, performance, and connection to the mission?
Join us for chapter 2 of our 4 part panel series where we discuss the most pressing topics in remote work.