Times have changed. Remote work is no longer a one-off luxury for a few employees. It's become the norm, for now at least. As such, it's important that companies realize it takes more than just technology and tools to create an effective remote workforce.
Meeting cancelled. Conference cancelled. Game cancelled. Season in flux. The coronavirus drove people home. And it drove businesses to create remote workforces.
The world has changed a lot since October 2019 when Walter Electric enlisted the services of Truvelop. Our relationship started when the electrical contractor decided it was time to replace their dated employee performance review process.
Depending on industry and location, some businesses have flourished and sadly, many others have had to shut down – some temporarily, some permanently.
Along with managing our own work-from-home universe, we're also learning how best to keep teams engaged, motivated and productive in a remote world. Check out our top tips.