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Enhancing Remote Employee Productivity

While there are several effective strategies for improving the productivity of your employees by making adjustments to the working environment, this goal can become a bit more tricky when remote employees are in question. As recent studies have concluded that remote employees generally prove far more productive, more businesses are considering the benefits of allowing staff to work from home. Furthermore, companies are also discovering the extreme financial savings associated with hiring remote staff as renting office space is no longer a factor. However, if you are somewhat undecided and questioning your ability to manage remote employees, here are a few top tips.

Rely On Time Tracking Software

There’s no denying that procrastination is the greatest thief of time and to best avoid your remote staff from indulging in procrastination; you should invest and rely on the benefits of using time tracking software to manage your team better. Time management is understandably one of the biggest challenges that your remote employees will be confronting and the most effective way of keeping everyone on track with tasks in to manage them with the help of online software. The software will track their progress in real-time which will effectively keep your whole team up to date with their assignments.

Video Conferences

Ensuring each member of your team feels onboard with each project can be tricky as remote employees are often left facing daunting feelings of isolation that may keep them from managing their workload. A practical method of encouraging unity within an online workspace is to hold video conferences that will help build solid working relationships with your staff. By holding a weekly video meeting, you will be able to encourage your team to stay on track with goals all whole, encouraging employees to communicate openly.

Communication Is Key

As mentioned, remote workers often feel isolated as they lack a social environment. To maintain productivity, you will need to make the effort of encouraging communication with your employees. It would be a great idea to make use of an online platform to encourage employees to communicate with one another and with management. It is crucial to check-in with each member of your team daily to ensure everyone is up to date with their tasks.

Rewarding Goals

Offering your remote staff rewards on completion of specific goals you would effectively be maintaining productivity levels. You may notice that your staff seem to exceed their goals on some days while on others they seem to neglect their responsibilities and effective way to avoid team members from dodging their duties is to boast rewards for continuously meeting work-related goals. These rewards could be a small bonus or other types of applicable incentives that would keep your employees on their toes.

In addition to providing incentive rewards, you should also maintain friendly encouragement where necessary. Rewarding staff directly with kind words and appreciation for the tasks they complete will effectively encourage your employees. Maintaining a positive working relationship with each employee will prove beneficial to their productivity at the end of the day.Newsworthy


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Mindy Wright

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Mindy Wright is CEOWORLD magazine's Deputy Commissioning Editor, and leads global newsroom coverage and management. She oversees and coordinates coverage of the news and ideas in partnership with writers across the continent. She has reported from more than 15 countries across Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas. She has advised CEOs, investors, boards, and high-profile industry leaders on a wide range of issues impacting the global business landscape. She can be reached on email You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.