Not every employee will respond in the same way to working remotely. Some will thrive in a work-from-home environment, and others will flounder without the structure of a workplace to go to every day. Some are fine with minimal human contact while others crave daily interaction. Your top priority should be to make it easier to do their jobs.
Use these tips to onboard new remote employees and set them up for success from day one.
Employee recognition is always important, and it should not fall by the wayside now that everyone is working from home. In fact, there is a good argument to suggest that you should go all-in on employee recognition, especially during trying times. Recognizing employees boosts morale, improves engagement and helps remote employees remember that they are valued. Here are some tips you can use for effective remote employee recognition.