Remote workers are happier and more productive than in-office staffs
Head- IT & SAP, SBL
Remote work – Key trends & challenges
The adoption of work from home policies sets in record time across group companies all over locations. Office technology is usually business-grade and quick. But users’ remote internet hook-up (or Voice/Data signals) may not be as reliable, and that can be a problem. Many remote workers have suffered and failed trying to work from different locations where phone coverage and internet speeds cannot meet the requirements of the job.
Delivering paperless systems
Tools like Trello, Milanote, and Miro can take the place of the office whiteboard, allowing multiple team members to contribute and update it, keeping a remote team informed of project progress. Evernote’s file-sharing ability allows remote teams to share notes and documents easily i.e not require any Hard Copy. DMS implementation with Authorization level, sharing logs and Indexing keeps all relevant documents in place and accessible with Security.
Strategies for business profitability
Tools like Time Doctor, Timely and Remote One allow executives to track their time and keep to a timeline, and for those tasked with ensuring staff productivity, employee monitoring software like Monitask allows time tracking, internet activity monitoring and more.
Future of work and workforce
No matter what the challenges, take heart: Research shows that remote workers are happier and more productive than their in-office counterparts. They report lower stress levels and their carbon footprint is smaller with no commute.
People can be choosy now about who they work for, where they work, and how they work. It’s time for employers to step up with strategies and technologies that make work rewarding, fulfilling and exciting with hybrid models.
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