As the reality of COVID-19 hits us hard and fast, more organizations are shifting to remote work environments to protect society. Fortunately, remote working is not new — but it hasn’t been the norm for many companies, particularly public-school systems or corporate giants like AT&T and Cox Communications.
So, what if your workers have never worked from home for an extended period of time before? How do they show accountability? What can they do to stay in sync with their coworkers? How do they handle the loneliness and reality of being away from everyone else? COVID-19 is forcing us to answer these questions faster than we’d like to, but luckily, we have some tips to help you ease the transition and minimize the disruption:
Just as in the office, communication reigns supreme while working remotely. Here’s what you can do to keep communications in sync while telecommuting:
This part may get a little tricky if people are new to working remotely, but here are some tips that will help:
Remote work has its benefits, but it requires a bit of planning and effort to start off on the right foot. AgileThought’s Transform practice uses these techniques daily, and we teach our clients who have distributed teams to do them effectively. And with our scaled agile-first delivery — both onshore and nearshore — we can help you navigate this challenging time and implement a remote team without sacrificing work quality. Contact us to learn how we can help you today.
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