Did having your team working from home open your eyes to a new way of life?
OK, it probably did for most of us.
Eating, sleeping, working and relaxing all in the same place was a little overwhelming at times. But for some of us, it worked just fine.
Some people really enjoyed working from home and the benefits it brought.
- No more painful commute
- No more distraction when you really didn’t need it
- No more wasting money on over-priced coffee each day
If that’s the case, it stands to reason you’ve probably allowed some of your people to work from home on a more permanent basis.
But if you have, have you also factored in keeping in touch remotely?
You’re probably sick to death of Zoom by now. But it’s important to keep face-to-face communication going when someone works remotely.
It helps your team to feel connected, motivates employees, and helps them to not feel overlooked for projects, promotion and on other occasions.
We’d also highly recommend Microsoft Teams for making keeping in touch easy, making project work simple, and documents accessible.
If you’d like more information on the right apps to keep your team a team when they’re not all working together, get in touch.