Tracking and Monitoring Remote Worker Performance: Why and How?

Tracking and Monitoring Remote Worker Performance: Why and How?

As many businesses have switched to remote working models, it has become clear over time that many of the “traditional” methods of measuring employee performance are no longer suitable. For managers and supervisors, it’s no longer simply a case of looking over their...
5 Ways to Lift Spirits as Summer Comes To an End

5 Ways to Lift Spirits as Summer Comes To an End

The end of summer is a tricky time. The days get shorter, the weather dies down, and there can be a general lull as your team’s spirits start to slip. Factor in the C-word (Covid!) and all the problems and challenges that come with it, remote working in particular,...
Tips for Building a Positive Remote Work Culture

Tips for Building a Positive Remote Work Culture

It takes more to build a strong workplace culture than free snacks, beer on Fridays, and pool tables. It takes genuine dedication to think about how your employees work together and what you as an owner, manager, or supervisor can do to make improvements. But how can...
Overcommunication and How to Do It Right

Overcommunication and How to Do It Right

Good, seamless communication is at the core of any business. And given the current situation, this has never been truer. With many of us now working from our own homes, all the communication we have with our co-workers, supervisors, bosses, and even clients is now...
Why You Should Be Using Stay Interviews for Talent Retention

Why You Should Be Using Stay Interviews for Talent Retention

We’re all familiar with how organizations interview people prior to joining the company and again when they’re leaving the company. However, there is another kind of interview that organizations don’t tend to carry out all too often—stay interviews. This type of...