Recently, a lot has changed about the workforce—most notably, the influx of remote employees. Although a remote workforce is not a new idea, many companies have scrambled at the last minute to prepare employees for working from home, and chances are many companies will continue or switch completely to working from home permanently long after quarantine’s and shelter-in-place orders are
As many employees continue to work from home amid the COVID-19 outbreak, many may begin to catch the “work-from-home-blues.” They might feel isolated, lonely, or even unappreciated — especially those who are new to remote work. However, there are numerous research-backed ways that companies can support employees during these hectic times, ease their concerns, and ultimately boost their morale. It
Written by Pinaki Kathiari, CEO, Local Wisdom Pinaki Kathiari will be hosting ALI Conferences’ Communicating & Engaging a Remote Workforce virtual event As we’re now officially in a pandemic situation with Coronavirus shutting down offices, closing schools, and creating states of emergency, we all should be preparing ourselves for self-quarantine and working from home to limit exposure to the outbreak.