Work from Home
Employee burnout is on the rise as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to necessitate employees working from home. Long hours, blurred lines between work and home, and unclear priorities are hampering the mental health and wellbeing of employees everywhere. Here are three actionable tips to help employees avoid burnout while working from home.
As remote work becomes more permanent, it’s important that you learn how to properly manage a remote team. Productivity, communication, performance evaluation, and employee happiness all become more difficult to maintain while working from home. Learn how to combat these challenges in order to build a productive remote culture.
The world of HR has adjusted to numerous changes during the course of 2020, and some of these changes are here to stay. The “new” will become the “normal” as we move forward into a world where remote work is more common, equality and fairness are demanded, and personal values and political identity are shared more often.
2020 may have brought us a “new normal” but it doesn’t mean that it still feels new or exciting. Many Americans have been working from home for over six months now, and the daily routine is beginning to feel bland and dull. We want to share seven ideas that will help you spark a better work-from-home routine and get you to break free from the dreaded Work-From-Home Shuffle.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created numerous challenges for businesses. Among the most pressing is the health and wellbeing of a workforce that has shifted to remote work. Employees are deprived of daily social interaction, and they’re working longer hours than ever before. We break down why companies should immediately begin focusing on employee health and share 7 ideas on how to improve the health and wellness of remote employees.
COVID19 has accelerated the rate that companies are allowing employees to work from home. If your company is considering letting some or many of your employees work from home on a more permanent basis, consider first creating a work from home policy. Use our guide to help you make the right decisions for your company.
This is challenging, new territory for all of us. After months of shut down, the American economy is slowing opening and employees are returning to work. However, with the virus still present, it’s important that we return to work safely, and take the precautions necessary to protect our people.
There’s no way you could have prepared for the challenge of managing a team, from home, during a global pandemic, and yet, here we are. Hopefully by following these tips, the experience will be a little more cheerful, productive, and motivating for you and the members of your team. Good management is needed more than ever.
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