Remote work offers a number of benefits for both you and your team. Without a physical office, startup costs and overhead are significantly lowered. But running a remote workforce also comes with its own unique challenges. This is especially true when it comes to managing your team and keeping them engaged and motivated. With this in mind, adopt these three strategies to engage better and manage your remote workforce.
Your business is your masterpiece. You have spared no effort in making it a reality right from the beginning when it was just an idea. You have given sweat and tears to make it grow and thrive, sticking with it and braving the hardest times. While a business is practically immortal, we humans are not. Plus, the business environment has always been unpredictable, even more so during this time of the pandemic. How do you ensure your business lives on among and despite immense uncertainties?
One way or another, every business owner has to arrive at a difficult decision of letting employees go. Employers and employees have many reasons for parting ways, but termination is never a desirable outcome for both parties. If not handled correctly, this may give rise to expensive lawsuits and public scandal. Here are some effective practices to consider to reduce termination-related risks.