Virtual ice breakers, educational and career advancement chances, and personalized celebrations can all help remote workers feel more productive and at ease.
According to Zippia study, as of 2022, 26% of US employees work remotely, and 40% of those workers say they are more productive when working from home. While remote work has advantages and disadvantages, following six fundamental virtual business practices will ensure that you and your team are on the same page in terms of communication, productivity, and recognition.Here are a few ideas to help your organization stand out and establish genuine employee engagement through a screen.
- Foster Personal Connection and Small Talk
- Celebrate New (and Old) Employees
- Schedule Time to Meet in Person
- Offer Structure
- Utilize Virtual Tools
- Develop a Communications Plan