Some employees are dreading going back to the office, while others can’t wait. As your staff continues to work from home there are things you can do to keep them motivated.
A survey shows 83 percent of CEOs want their workers back in the office as soon as people are fascinated against the Coronavirus. The problem is that only 10 percent of workers want to come back.
A new study reports on our use of teleconferences and email during the Coronavirus. There’s some good news….and some not-so-good news.
With more and more employees returning to their offices, employers need to create a safe and legal environment for their staff.
We had hoped that Covid would be behind us by now. But now that its ramifications continue, leaders should focus on things to keep their employees healthy and productive.
A new research report presents interesting findings about how Americans have adapted to working from home. Some of the results may not be what you expect.
In the early days of COVID 19, many human resource managers advised that evaluations be postponed. They assumed that business would get back to normal in six months. That didn’t happen. If organizations continue to delay evaluations, it is a sure sign that the exercise is unnecessary.
Twitter has announced that its employees may work from home permanently. Is that something you are considering?
“While you had very little time to prepare your staff for remote work, it’s important to start planning how you’ll get your station operating at a “new normal” once restrictions are lifted and people begin working from your offices, studios and newsrooms.”
“As a manager the best thing I can do is to let my staff know they’re appreciated and connected.”
“On any given day, the delicacy of addressing the substitution of personnel who require self-isolation due to a variety of factors and the matter of having “next up” personnel to take their place is the largest challenge”
“its a good idea to spend a little time thinking about whether your work at home strategies have unknowingly created opportunities for the bad guys who want to steal your data….or worse.”
In the last couple of weeks, I’ve been reaching out to managers of public radio stations around the country to get a sense of the challenges that they have faced because of ‘stay-at-home’ orders during the Covid-19 pandemic. Besides the staffing and technology challenges, I’m hearing that internal communication structures have needed to adjust. MikeContinue reading “Creating A Virtual Radio Station In A Week”
The phenomena of remote workers is neither new or unusual. An emergency like Covid 19 is an excellent opportunity to see how it might work for your organization on a more permanent basis.