The industrial revolution brought people together: working on projects as a team, collaborating, and working together. This digital transformation became a default way of getting work done.
In parallel, tech advances Video technology, communication tools, internet speed, etc., accreted to the degree that many companies barely experienced a blip when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and when suddenly everyone had to work from home. While we got through the sudden shock, we are only scratching the surface of what’s possible with remote work- the scale effects it can create and the efficiencies it can offer in the organization.
As they ponder whether to permit remote work, team members find numerous benefits:
So there are numerous benefits of working from home. What should managers do to ensure they enjoy these benefits and manage a remote team effectively?Also read: Best ecommerce platform in 2021
You want excellent communicators, employees you would see as desirable under any circumstances. But remote interviews make it challenging to assess applicants. So how can you make remote hiring successful?
Working from home is becoming a norm nowadays; however, making it a success requires establishing a “communication structure,” which is vital for remote work success. For everyone to work well together, each person must also accept a common communication standard. There are multiple communication tools available depending on the needs. A remote work rule of thumb is that the “quality of communication” always matters more than the “quantity of communication. So make sure you communicate effectively using professional presentation templates to ensure all the remote stakeholders are on the same page.
Every company needs its plan for managing a remote team – Don’t expect to find a “standard” remote management plan. What works for a 10-employee company will not work for a Fortune 500 organization. Most “small to medium businesses” should establish a robust onboarding scheme, including meeting virtually with a new employee each day for their first two to four weeks with your company.
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