Many businesses have crossed the first hurdle moving their teams into remote positions by; ensuring employees can access the correct systems, new processes defined, and employees are comfortable working via video.
However this is only the first step, working from home requires new ways of motivating colleagues, making sure they feel engaged and part of the team.
Is there more you could be doing to engage your team?
Join Hayley Murfitt, Sharon Jones and Helen Ginman to discuss:
-Mental health and wellbeing
-New processes to ensure productivity and engagement from employees working remotely
-Adjusting to a “new normal” working from home routine
-Positive steps you can be taking to improve communication and productivity
Join Hayley Murfitt, Director of Sales at Neaves & Neat, Sharon Jones, Head of Group Talent & HR and Helen Ginman, Director at Unique and Inclusive Wellbeing.