When employees feel disconnected from their team members and your organization, it’s easier for them to lose motivation. Over some time, this can affect overall productivity and even lead to burnout.
Here are five tips that’ll help you motivate your remote employees so they can look forward to work every day:
Encourage managers to help every remote employee understand the kind of impact their work has on the organization and what has been accomplished because of their efforts.
Streamline your communication techniques to ensure remote employees stay up to date with the team and organization-wide changes.
Offer to help your employees establish a proper workspace in their homes, especially when it comes to work-related technology and resources. A proper work environment plays a huge role in productivity.
Establish a virtual wall of fame that highlights remote employee achievements and details how they accomplished their goal.
Ensure every remote team has regular opportunities to virtually meet face-to-face. This can be a time to share updates, discuss plans, and provide feedback.
Read more about the different ways to motivate your remote workforce in our HR Knowledge Hive.