While some workers are starting to return to the office as COVID-19 restrictions ease, the majority of companies are still supporting a remote workforce. Given the continuing lack of in-person opportunities to connect, how are leaders keeping their remote teams engaged?
Whether it’s by gamifying meetings, tracking engagement using technology, or crafting policies that promote personal development and mental health days, leadership is always searching for new ways to make the employee experience more rewarding.
Firstup teamed up with Pulse, experts in social research, to gather intelligence from over 250 C-Suites, Directors, VPs, and Managers about remote employee engagement. Gone are the days of the “everyone in the office” structure of work, and leaders from companies of all sizes provide us with insights on engagement within the parameters of the new modern workforce.
Read this one-minute visual report to learn:
- What 84% of respondents say is how they engage with employees
- The things leaders struggle with personally when working remotely
- How team morale is holding up, and if employees want a return to the physical office
Download the free report for the latest from tech leadership on remote employee engagement.