Managing Remote Workforces with Strong Leaders
Along with the many changes that COVID-19 has brought into our lives, the way that we live and work has most likely been forever altered.
To increase safety, reduce risks and adhere to government regulations, many companies have shifted most of their work venues from the physical office to their workers' homes. Some have set up a hybrid model, where employees rotate and work part of the time at the office and part of the time at home.
Initially, this was viewed as a temporary solution that would continue only during the time of the pandemic. However, more and more, many leaders are seeing the cost savings that having a remote work staff can bring. Thus, they are viewing having employees work from home as a permanent measure.