The reality of remote work is here to stay, but so are new challenges for both employees and employers. HCC’s Harlan Schafir talks about some of the challenges PEO clients are seeing from a remote work environment and offers suggestions on what you can do to overcome those challenges.
There are as many challenges to remote work environments as there are benefits. There are things you can do, including coaching, mentoring, changing behaviors, and paying closer attention to the personal connections with your employees.
Remote workers often look to the benefits of working from home, but don’t foresee the isolation that can come from not being in the office with co-workers. There are things you can do to reduce isolation and keep your employees connected.
Managers will need to adjust how they manage in a remote work environment. Building trust and investing in managers to better understand, relate to and engage both their in-person and remote workforce.
At HCC, we help clients create policies and guidelines adapted to today’s hybrid workplace environment to improve employee retention. Employees favor employers who offer remote or hybrid working opportunities, so let us help you put a plan in place to attract and retain talent.
For more information on how to adapt to the changing workplace, get in touch with us. We’re happy to help.