The Covid-19 pandemic forced many companies to adapt to remote work — quickly. While the worldwide crisis hopefully will recede soon, remote work is here to stay: According to a survey, 54 percent of professionals hope to continue working remotely after the pandemic. This means employees could potentially take their work wherever they want — and even adopt a nomadic lifestyle.
Companies must be ready to fully embrace this reality and dedicate resources to create a productive remote work environment for their team.
Has your company fully transformed itself to thrive in a world where anyone can work from anywhere?
Join us in this conversation about the immediate challenge of supporting your existing workforce in a remote-first world.
First, there may be compliance questions to answer. Do your team members have the right to live and work where they have relocated? Step two: engagement. Do you have the infrastructure and policies in place to support employee involvement in a remote work environment? From beginning to end, it’s up to HR teams to design a remote employee lifecycle that results in happy teams and productive companies. Where are the gaps in your current approach?
Get expert answers to these questions:
- What compliance challenges do HR professionals need to deal with when employees relocate?
- How can HR teams support professional growth in the company remotely?
- How should HR teams work to maintain and grow a unique company culture within their distributed team?