SMEs : Coronavirus, Remote Working, and Employee Engagement: Strategies for SuccessPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 28 July 2023
SMEs : Coronavirus, Remote Working, and Employee Engagement: Strategies for Success
The outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in December 2019 forced employers to consider remote working for their staff as a temporary measure. This experiment with remote working revealed the benefits of offering employees the option to work from home, even for part of the week. It also highlighted the ease of finding workarounds for obstacles related to not having all staff in the office. In this book, we explore how the essential components for strong employee engagement apply to remote workers, emphasizing the importance of good job design, wellbeing, and recognition.
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