Motivating a workforce is an ongoing challenge for any manager in a high-performing organization. A motivated team is willing to put in the work and do what it takes to achieve the company goals. They are more engaged, happier, and supportive of each other.
Remote work is not a new term in the business world. It has been a practicable aspect of work, but the Covid-19 pandemic introduced a radical shift in the world of work, making remote work a practice that has come to stay.
More and more organizations are also discovering that there are no one-size-fits-all when it comes to the way we work, as some of their employees still prefer to work in the office while some are fully adapted to working remotely.
Now that restrictions are starting to loosen, some employers consider calling their employees back to the office space. While some may find this a breath of fresh air after a long lockdown period, some may be reluctant.
Having the chance to live life outside the corners of a white-painted workplace and have another shot to achieve that work-life balance. Discover its importance and how it helps you become a better employee.
Mental health is an important topic for any organization to address, but for remote companies, it seems to be a greater concern. Many remote employees are working from home, which is a significant and complex transition.