Most companies have some level of experience with a flexible work environment. However, very few are reaping the full benefits of this structure by not having aligned expectations, processes, and communication plans from the start. According to a 2017 Gallup poll, 43% of American workers spend at least some time working from home. That’s up 4% from 2012 and likely to continue growing. A remote workforce reduces overhead costs and eliminates location and other barriers that prevent companies from hiring the best people. But working remotely and managing remote workers have their own challenges. We help remote workers and managers work effectively and make the most out of their careers.
Join Tammy Bjelland, Founder of Workplaceless, for a discussion about remote working and it’s many aspects. Discussion will revolve around topics like:
How can people demonstrate they’re capable of working remotely?
How can leaders effectively manage remote and hybrid work teams?
What are best practices for remote teams?
How can remote professionals grow in their careers?