How to Continue Through WFH With Renewed Vigor
In a traditional office-based format, employees are present and ideally accountable, both to supervisors and one another. They form work-related teams, and also friendships. They are more easily engaged in special projects aligned to corporate goals, personal development and wellness programs, and can participate in outside activities in the community.
When employees are scattered because many or all work remotely, however, accountability, cohesion, and engagement can decline. This presents an opportunity for employers and HR professionals to build creative and effective measures to keep the remote workforce engaged despite the physical separation.