Having to manage a team is already a tough job, and now with remote work, it has become even more difficult. Face-to-face interactions really make a difference, as everything is more personable. However, with employees now being spread out across countless work-from-home locations, it’s so much harder to connect, communicate, and work collaboratively. With these three easy steps, you can help your employees feel more included no matter where they are working.
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Employee engagement has always been a struggle, and the 2020 pandemic only amplified the issue. Feelings of disengagement may come from lack of motivation or training, life changes, role changes, lack of success, being in the wrong role, not knowing if they’re succeeding at their job, insecurity, office politics, rumors, – the possibilities are endless. If an employee doesn’t know if they are performing at the expected level, they will rapidly become disinterested, and less and less productive. The onus is on management and leadership to figure out the source of disengagement and begin a path to recovery. Check out our five tips for engaging the disengaged:
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As we are all transitioning to remote work for the long and near-future, performance appraisals have become a new challenge. One of the key factors in any performance appraisal is engagement. The farther current conditions drive each us physically apart from each other, the more we have to find ways to increase engagement with each other.
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While working from home, it is easy to lose track of your physical and mental health and become solely wrapped up in your work. Your days are not as structured as they would be in the office, causing your motivation, and productivity to potentially deplete. Basically, you wind up working around the clock, while simultaneously managing a family and trying to homeschool your kids, and you get burned out.