By now, remote working has comfortably settled itself into the fabric of most modern offices.
HR policies are in place. Technology’s all set up. Workflow, task management, and communication tools have all helped employees form firm routines. And, above all, cultural expectations based around a digital-first framework have been established.
But while many of the remote working fundamentals are embedded and operating smoothly, some aspects of working life are still on catch-up.
Time to talk about remote work feedback.
Yes, your remote employees are getting on with their job. But how are they coping? Has remote working impacted their performance? Remote working aside, what training or development do they need? And, most importantly, how can you find out?
Tags: Interviews / Opinions • L&D and employee retention • Remote Employees • remote training • Tools for Training and Development