Our homes are no longer homes, and our offices are no longer offices.
The long-term impact of an abrupt shift to remote work means many employees struggle to adjust. But employees aren’t the only ones who have to adjust.
Companies now need to find a “new normal.” Remote work has given employees a taste of great flexibility and they’re not ready to part with it.
To prevent the Great Resignation, employers need to find a way to keep their business running efficiently while also promoting a healthy remote work-life balance.
We’ll explore how to adapt to this new reality. We’ll also look at how it’s impacting our recruiting, hiring, and managing of employees.
- What is a Gray Zone?
- How does remote work create the gray zone?
- The importance of balancing work and wellbeing
- Strategies for attracting, hiring, and managing remote employees
- Best practices for managing remote employees
- Adapting to a new era of work