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Taking Care of Your Remote Worker

A sick employee on her workstation

Remote working has been around for quite some time now. 

However, due to the current situation of COVID-19, more and more are opting for it. 

In addition, we have better network connections in different parts of the world now, making it much easier for employers and remote workers to do collaboration work no matter how far they are from each other. 

However, since remote workers do not work in an in-house setup with other co-workers and their managers or supervisors, it can sometimes get lonely.

In other cases, communication might become a problem in executing tasks. So here are some tips managers or business owners can do to take care of their remote workers. 

Establish Regular Reports or Check-Ins

A female employee checking into her work

The important thing here is establishing a regular schedule to create a routine. 

Routines are vital, especially now during the pandemic, because people need more stability with the stuff that they do or are exposed to. 

Moreover, establishing regular calls or check-ins with their employees can be a good way to do better collaboration work.

It opens venues for updates and development of ideas that are important for collaboration.

Include Different Options to Communicate 

A Female Employee Communicating Via Zoom

Communication is one of the most crucial aspects of remote working. 

Since remote working removes face to face interactions, there must be ways to communicate questions, clarifications, or updates that are not in regular reports. 

Also, it’s good to introduce different types of tools for communication between remote workers and the manager like email, instant messaging, video messaging, or other platforms, depending on the need. 

For example, in some cases, where visual cues are important, people can opt for video communication rather than just email or other messaging platforms. 

Encourage and Give Support

An Employer Visibly Cheering Up His Team

Remote working can be lonely for some people, especially if remote workers only do their work inside their homes.  

Giving words of encouragement or support is critical, especially in boosting the productivity of one’s employee, be it in a remote setting or not.  

Moreover, it also gives a remote employee an idea that they are in the right direction when it comes to what they are doing. 

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