Chances are your office has moved to working remotely since the start of the COVID-19 crisis. For many organizations, having the entire staff out of the office is a new experience and can bring about a lot of questions for both managers and staff members.
It is essential that supervisors and staff members are on the same page, with a clear understanding of what is expected during this time out of the office. By implementing a remote work structure that considers the needs of everyone, you are able to build trust, confidence, and communication that will allow your organization to thrive.
TSNE’s Human Resources department has created two guides to help ease this transition and make the remote work experience easier to navigate.
Supervisor Guide for Managing Remote Employees