If a remote employee has something to say in a home office and no one is around to hear it, do they make a sound?
If you’ve fostered a strong remote work environment, employees should have plenty of outlets for connection and support, but getting to this point requires careful planning and continual effort. In particular, as companies increasingly look to reap the benefits of remote work long term, managers need to focus on the following areas:
1. Allow for True Flexibility
Many companies make the mistake of trying to babysit or police remote employees to make up