Is Your Business Remote WorkForce Ready?
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Are Your Remote Workers Set for Success?
The trend of remote working is experiencing a major boost as businesses are now forced to consider telecommuting in the event of a lock-down or quarantine.
Whether you’re just getting started or have existing remote work programs in place, their effectiveness to minimize disruption to customers is key to your revenue. There is always room to improve the digital employee experience when working away from the office.
We can help you prepare your team for communication, security awareness training and data security from wherever they are working from.
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Remote work itself can be quite challenging for people who are either not used to it or don’t enjoy it. With the coronavirus likely to push people not inclined to work remotely to do so, it’s advisable to consider several outside the box solutions (we can help you with this!) that make remote collaboration feel more like the office.
Here are some strategies to help you approach remote work:
Safe & Effective Remote Digital Access
Providing secure access to IT resources within the business as well as to the internet itself is important. This requires attention to every part of the connected tech stack, from internet access itself to providing secure means to reach and interact with corporate networks, data, communication channels, and applications.
Go The Extra Mile With Remote Collaboration
Because of its isolating nature, remote work relies much more on digital communications and especially modern workforce collaboration tools such as team chat (eg: Slack), enterprise social networks, instant messaging solutions, as well as business mainstays like e-mail, phone, and web conferencing/meeting tools.
Cultivate a Remote Working Culture & Mindset
There are cultural changes when working remotely, especially for an extended period of time. There’s a loss of hallway chatter, camaraderie, and serendipitous experiences with other colleagues. Everyone is less visible and it takes a toll on collaboration because it’s just harder to connect with co-workers.