A key part of managing a distributed workforce is understanding there is no one size fits all approach to remote working.
Companies that recognise the advantages of working from home, while also finding creative ways to bring people together will develop processes and policies that benefit customers and employees.
In this interview, Peter Hind, Principal Research Analyst at ADAPT, speaks to Frank Ruscio about remote and flexible work and the importance of having the right policies and processes in place to support it.
- In order for remote/hybrid work to succeed, the board, CEO, and C-Suite level need to spend more time refining policies, processes, and ways of working that work for their employees and customers.
- Setting guidelines based on job responsibilities and continually tracking the effectiveness of these policies and processes will be critical to leading hybrid teams.
- Onboarding: For new employees to successfully integrate into a company, the fundamentals, objectives, and human connection of onboarding remains vital.