Managing and Motivating Homeworkers in the New World of Work

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 13 May 2020
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In this webinar recording, Sarah Travers hosts a discussion with Legal Island Chairman Barry Phillips on managing and motivating employees during home working, alongside Louise Smyth, Managing Director, MCS Group and Emer Hinphey, Partner, Think People.


  1. Welcome and Introductions
  2. Remote Working During the Covid-19 Pandemic
  3. Maintaining Productivity During Remote Working
  4. Team Meetings During Remote Working
  5. Motivating and Engaging Remote Workers
  6. Importance of Good Technology in Facilitating Remote Working
  7. Social Interaction and Remote Working
  8. Trusting Remote Workers
  9. Remote Induction
  10. Recognition of Good Performance
  11. Job Design Checklist
  12. Poll Question
  13. Q&A

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This article is correct at 13/05/2020

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