Managing Your Remote Workforce
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in global changes to virtually every aspect of how we work, forcing companies to reconsider what their future workforce will look like – and how to move forward with a new model as circumstances dictate.
- What will that new model be?
- Should organizations ask employees to return to their physical offices?
- Is a fully remote model a better choice?
- What are the implications of a hybrid model, in which employees work from home part of the week and in the office for the remainder of that week?
- Can the business run effectively if employees work from home most of the time, but come to the office for meetings and presentations?
Ultimately, the answers to these questions will vary depending on business type, number of employees or business units, the size and footprint of the organization, company culture, and the organization’s tolerance for risk.
Remote work can be defined as a situation in which an employee is working from home or some other location outside of the office.
During the pandemic, both companies and employees discovered a variety of benefits that can come with establishing and managing a remote workforce.
Though a remote workforce can offer a wealth of benefits, it also comes with challenges that can increase in complexity as the scope of remote working expands.
The pandemic has certainly disrupted the global business market, but it’s also proven that your employees are your best assets – reliable, innovative, agile, and resourceful.
The Conversation Around Workforce Management Has Changed
Our white paper will address the benefits of moving to a remote work force, associated challenges and considerations, and guidance regarding establishing and managing a work-from-home program.
We hope this information will help you better plan to support your organization. Please fill out the form to download the full white paper.