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Effective communication with remote employees
Strategies for building trust and accountability
Techniques for managing remote teams
It is essential to balance the preferences of employees with the needs of the company. You are paying people to work, and you need to ensure that investment pays off.
However, recent years have shown workers that they do not need to follow work rules that were established before the internet. The most talented and productive people have more flexibility in whom they want to work for and are thus more demanding about the conditions they want to work under. People in all occupations are questioning whether to accept work conditions that feel unnecessarily stressful.
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Unfortunately, many HR organizations thrive on standardization. The concern is that special treatment, such as offering benefits that differ from what’s offered to others in the same role, can open the door to favoritism and bias, neither of which is acceptable.
Organizations have implemented changes that once felt impossibly far off:
To access top technical talent, companies opened offices near universities or in cities known for their high-tech cultures (and often their high costs of living). Others located in areas focused on their industries, such as fashion in New York or finance in London.
Although managers in the past year and a half opened up to the idea of having people work from home, many still harbor doubts about its effectiveness.
Some jobs can be done just as productively at home — such as coding or writing. Highly motivated workers are more likel...
It was common well before the pandemic. Employees did their day jobs and then worked other jobs part-time to earn extra money or pursue their passions.
With staff members in the office and using company computers, it was reasonable to assume that work happening onsite was mostly related...
The first step in the acquisition of wisdom is silence, the second listening, the third memory, the fourth practice, the fifth teaching others.
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Recent surveys have shown that employees can be grouped in two main categories, according to their perception of a new leader:
When you have only a few occupations left on your list, start doing more in-depth research. Arrange to meet with people who work in the occupations in which you are interested. They can provide firsthand knowledge about the careers on your short list.
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Digitalization driven by the pandemic has accelerated and transformed management’s ability to track what and how workers are doing.
Many workers rationally fear that enhanced monitoring empowers management — and micromanagement — at their expense. When experienced as c...
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