Modern technology has paved the way for remote work to flourish, be it in the form oftelecommuting,multistate employment, or an entirelyremote workforce. While the advantages of remote work are numerous, HR teams often struggle with keeping these employees engaged and integrated with the company culture. Overcome those challenges with these five tips.
1. Establish Core Values
According toRemote Year, company values should transcend physical distance. “As acompany founded on the importance of relationships and community,we strive to ensure that our employees feel connected to our mission and values,” says Emma Leuman, Brand Content Specialist at Remote Year.
Employees should look to theircompany valuesto define the way they engage with one another and the organization’s mission. Core values lay the foundation for the broader company culture. With a widely known and deep-rooted set of values shared throughout your workforce, employees will feel connected and engaged to your mission regardless of their physical location.
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