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Only 10% of employees flourish working remotely; here is how to find them and build a more inspired workforce.

According to research, only 10% of employees thrive in the remote work environment. These are people that are happier and more productive when working remotely and they are important to the success of the entire team.

Given that these people are uncommon, identifying them and turning them into leaders of your remote culture can be an advantage for you and the whole team.

If you want to understand which employees are struggling or thriving, remain in close communication and observe subtle clues. The more trust and open communication you have built with your team, the simpler it will be to see who is doing well and who is struggling silently behind their computer screen.

If you want to know which employees are struggling or thriving, remain in close contact to look for clues. The more open communication lines are, the simpler it will be to see who is doing well and who is struggling behind their computer screen.

Signs that your staff is struggling:

  • They miss deadlines or procrastinate.
  • They demonstrate indifference or fatigue.
  • They are irritable.
  • They have trouble communicating.
  • They are easily distracted.
Signs you have an empowered workforce:
  • They demonstrate enthusiasm.
  • They come up with new ideas on their own.
  • They want to learn and improve.
  • They express their opinions openly.
  •  They produce results.
  •  They create a solid social network from their remote location.
  •  They communicate freely with teammates about topics unrelated to work.

Having a remote champion on your staff boosts morale by showing colleagues that it is possible to work productively away from the office.

When that person works to pump up the rest of their team, they can improve employee relationships, help build the team, and augment everyone’s productivity.

Learn more about Luminet’s hybrid work solutions here.

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