Today I want to talk about remote workers and how to manage them within our realms of influence.
As technology continues to advance, so is the need for alternative workplace solutions. With most job functions now doable from home, many companies are employing remote positions to help recruit a wider array of talent. The problem is while morale can be boosted through locational conveniences, the struggle to create and maintain relationships can be challenging.
For one thing, the lack of direct interaction can hinder a remote worker’s contributions as it pertains to work dynamic and environment. Accordingly, how we, as business leaders, incorporate both skill and voice from employees working from home is worth discussion.