We see each other less. We meet each other less. How do you ensure that everyone stays connected with colleagues and with your organization?
Present your employees with an opportunity to express their feelings at recurring, fixed moments.
of tasks do not have to be completed from the office.
employees feels less comfortable at work because of working from home.
of employees experiences higher pressure at work because of working from home.
At set, recurring moments your employees let you know how they are doing. Easy and fast.
Personal dashboards and reports provide you direct insight into the results. The right people receive the right signals at the right times.
You act on current, relevant information. And see trends emerge, allowing you to adjust processes where necessary.
You listen. And you act quickly. That creates confidence. As a result you create committed employees.
We are working from other locations a lot more. Sure, that feels good, initially. It saveds travel time and fixes complicated puzzles with office space. But the novelty has worn off: the risk of burnout and dropout is increasing sharply. The psychological burden is not only a new phenomenon, but also more severe than we could have estimated.