In the wake of the pandemic, remote work has become the new norm. It's also become a new source of stress for people who aren't used to a totally virtual work environment.
But it looks like working from home is here to say, even post-Covid.
Many Canadian businesses are giving employees the option to continue working from home after the pandemic subsides.
And some are ditching their physical office space and going permanently online.
This massive shift to remote working is forcing managers to face a whole new set of challenges.
How can you keep people connected and engaged when they're not together in the same office - or even the same time zone?
How do you track progress, monitor performance, and hold your staff accountable?
Apply these 7 simple strategies to take control and get comfortable with the new reality of virtual team management.