Although remote working is nothing new, temporary remote work is the new normal for a lot of organisations during this time of uncertainty. When employees work remotely, it’s important to communicate the small adjustments that will be required. It’s not just equipment but also about the environment, working style and employees’ wellbeing.
For organisations that might not have a large remote workforce, have never encountered the need for remote work, or don’t have access to many resources, I understand that this transition is not easy and can be frustrating.
Because of that, I wanted to share some suggestions and lessons we’ve learned in adopting a more flexible remote working policy that may help during this time, along with some anecdotes to give you some ideas.
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